Member Since: 21st Nov 2008
17th Jan 2020
HMRC don't specify to which year the amendments relate. I've certainly filed two amended 17/18 returns recently because when completing the 18/19 returns I noticed minor errors. They didn't affect the liabilities concerned but in one case I failed to complete the "loss carried forward" box on a furnished holiday let. I'm therefore owning up to contributing to HMRC's observations and apologise for the panic.
21st Nov 2019
I'm not sure if it's the marketing and P.R. departments that are in any way to blame. We have historical wrongdoings and the recent money laundering allegations which if proved could be terminal for the firm. I for one certainly don't wish "all at EY well". If the latest allegations (from a whistle blower) are proven they should be shut down in the manner of Arthur Andersen after the Enron scandal.
30th Oct 2019
Or a single parent father with young kids.
13th May 2019
Obviously welcome and typical of HMRC to give this guidance some 5 weeks after the start of MTD for VAT with the usual total disregard of what taxpayers have been told must operate from 1 April. It also makes a mockery of the so called reasons for MTD for VAT. The purpose of the new system was to risk assess a return based upon the ability to know each line item that made up the 9 boxes (unless I've totally misunderstood HMRC's propaganda). Accepting that one can now combine say 50 items in one payment (on the cash basis) this rather shoots down in flames HMRC's reasoning for MTD for VAT in the first place.
28th Apr 2019
Not really - that's the whole point of the article.
27th Apr 2019
An excellent article - thank you.
If the VW Kombi is a car just for BIK purposes, does this mean that AIA can be claimed or is one stuck with 18%/8% WDA?
22nd Jan 2019
I see AW have removed much of the blatant advertising present on this article yesterday. Surely it's for the members to comment upon RH's monthly summary - there's nothing to stop Mr Cope adding his own comments without contravening one of AW's rules.
Why anyone only carrying out non-regulated work should remain a member of an RPB is beyond me with the dual risk of potential claims from clients and from their own Institute/Association.
18th Jan 2019
Agree entirely and particularly with the penultimate paragraph.
22nd Dec 2018
More likely to get a damehood.
14th Dec 2018
A 55% increase in brand strength is nothing - mine increased by 60%. The strongest growth was 30% in advisory work although business risk increased by 45%. It's no wonder they couldn't spot a few bank overdrafts in the Patisserie Valerie's accounts.