Member Since: 21st Nov 2018
20th Nov 2019
I have frequently asked VAT inspectors fora change of date - usually only about a week - and always found them to be co-operative. Clearly they have scope and authority, but I think the magic word is "reasonable " (whatever that means).
28th Sep 2019
I would just like to add that Pandle also offers a free account which is very useable. The paid account is better at £5 + VAT per monh. I have partnered with them and my only criticism is that it is cloud based and does not offer a backup option - just in case - the internet does go down where I live.
28th Sep 2019
23rd Sep 2019
I am just about to email all my clients with "lets" updating them with this information. Hopefully they will inform me in time if they make a sale.
I forsee things going wrong - oh well, extra chargeable time
Thanks Rebecca Cave for the report
30th Jul 2019
As a sole practitioner with an office at home, the original letter could have been written by me. I have often thought of applying for a job in a supermarket filling shelves. However my great saver has been gym membership - go and take out the stress on the machines or leaping about in a class - all great fun. I now refuse to look at emails Saturday afternoons or Sundays. I do some work at the weekends but not to the knowledge of the clients. Am now considering sacking a couple - not yet brave enough but hopefully it will come. To the original writer I would say - put yourself first
18th Jul 2019
Pity I can't understand it!
18th May 2019
Puzzel - go for Pandle. (Partner with them and it is a bit cheaper. I pay something like £3 per client per month including VAT) Pandle is just at good as Sage and the customer support is very, very good. I started with one and now have 7 or 8 clients on Pandle. I also have clients on Sage, Kashflow, Xero and good old spreadsheets so plenty to compare with - Pandle every time
15th Apr 2019
I know that this is unacceptable BUT software always tells you what you need to pay by the end of January and also by the end of July, So payments can be made in good time.
However as the "glitch" is the HMRC software I hope that fines are not forthcoming
11th Apr 2019
Paul Hopkinson: I have two returns to submit each with a period end of 31st March - sounds like there is fun to be had - or not!
27th Mar 2019
GHarr - an excellent explanation of the situation