Yes and any changes you while the check is taking place,you will have to write to the officer who will apply the changes to the tax return. Needless to say expect an explanation.
Do you submit the VAT in QB?
Once submitted in QB the balance is transferred to VAT A/c in the balance sheet as a creditor.
Lets put it another way:
An investor can only hold up to 30% of the company’s shares
did you manage to pass?
curiosity killed the cat!
Agree. Perhaps that is why asking fellow Accountants.
Visited the premises. His story over the phone was different and when visited it changed dramatically (basically his reasons to sell). This prompted this investigation at our end as the client approached us after becoming suspicious
Yes but then when we complain to their body he will find out who complained-something we are a bit apprehensive about at this stage
Well the current occupier is selling a lease which he holds-which initially was a long lease. Should have been recorded with the Land Registry but that is not there either.
The balance sheet is in negative at Companies House but that same balance sheet is in positive in the accounts being used for sale. Dividends of £30k declared in the Accounts given to our client when the Companies House balance sheet shows £11999 negative balance!