Member Since: 7th Jul 2009
23rd Mar 2020
You can claim what ever you want but whether it is allowable is another question.
12th Mar 2020
Ask your accountant?
27th Feb 2020
My wife's business is The Massage Academy
26th Feb 2020
Revised P11D for 2018/19 followed by a tax return repair. Claim overpaid class 1A Ni and income tax.
26th Feb 2020
By making everything electronic and anonymous, HMRC can keep control and censor everything and put their own spin on everything.
25th Feb 2020
I used to listen to these but never had a question answered so gave up listening.
24th Feb 2020
Iris certainly does.
19th Feb 2020
Write to them and remind them that they are obliged to allocate payments firstly against liabilities (Tax & NI) and then secondly against interest charges.
Despite their protests, they must do this.
18th Feb 2020
I have a client whose son was born in the US and left when he was quite small to return to the UK. parents both British.
When he got married a few years ago he went to the US on his honeymoon, his first visit to the US since he left.
Awkward questions were asked at border control and although never liable to tax in the US he had to complete and file US tax returns (very expensive - took specialist advice)
I would speak to a US tax advisor.
31st Jan 2020
Carl London wrote:
None of those apply in this case
Right - interesting