Member Since: 12th Oct 2009
7th Nov 2015
Some here seem to be saying that because the EBT was implemented badly, there was an advantage on the field, but had it been implemented correctly (probably just without the side letters) then there would be no advantage.
How did these side letters improve the footballing skills?
A misunderstanding I think, It's not paying higher wages to the same player that makes the difference, but attracting better players over time because you can afford (or at least are willing to pay) higher wages that helps.And a more tax efficient structure helps that affordability.
30th Jun 2014
Is there really only one key? What happens if Mrs D is off sick? Or loses it?
17th Feb 2014
Cheques written by candlelight...
... are all very well, but you will get it in the contract won't you?
6th Nov 2013
HillClimber wrote:tom123 wrote:mrme89 wrote:
What a chancer.
Just add 5% to the invoice as "Adverse discount".
Make it 5.3%, so you don't sell yourself short :)
Was it Reginald Perrin, or some such, where they didn't have 'sales' they had 'grot'?
If you pad the price to cover his short payment, make it 6.39% so that the cash receipt also covers the full amount of output VAT.
True sales value 100
Received from customer 121.28 after deducting 5%
And then, just before Christmas each year , send him a 'final demand' for all the underpayments...
16th Sep 2013
Another sort of contract perhaps
To avoid issuing lots of P45's, perhaps a new sort of employment contract could be devised that gives employment status, but without the obligation to provide any fixed hours. It could be called a 'Zero Hours Contract'.
Can't imagine any problem with that at all.
13th Jun 2013
This seems timely...
Also read his tips on starting early (in short, don't try to do it in one go, you will crash & burn. Try getting up 15 mins earlier for a week, then another 15 mins the next week and so on). It's not the 5 o'clock-ness that is helping your idol, it is the every-single day-ness.
Back to work...
1st May 2013
You click on his ad every time you see it, in order to drive him into penury, 3.4p at a time...
24th Apr 2013
Simple, but might help
Don't know if this is robust enough for billing & practice assurance, but it's a good idea
Grammar pedants will not like...
24th Apr 2013
Good news, I think, Sarah
Calls to 03 numbers cost no more than a national rate call to an 01 or 02 number and must count towards any inclusive minutes in the same way as 01 and 02 calls.
18th Apr 2013