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Direct contract, document requirments
davidpotts [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 15:17 19/02/15 | Comments: 2
I have just been offered a direct contract. Do I have to supply the company that is providing the contract with any documents?

Extracting profits when shareholders make unequal contribution to profits
Laura764 [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 13:05 17/02/15 | Comments: 1
I'm one of 3 shareholders in a company providing services. Me and one other shareholder are more qualified and work FULL TIME. The other less qualified shareholder works part time.
VAT treatment of Digital Services to the EU
Redvers [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 14:40 16/02/15 | Comments: 1
I understand the treatment of VAT on "digital services" to EU "consumers" changed at the start of this year and I have a couple of questions.
Right to work directly for a client's client
jajae [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 14:49 09/02/15 | Comments: 2
Hi, Apols for subject title - feel free to change to something more meaningful if required.
ukmike8 [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 12:35 03/02/15 | Comments: 1
If dividends are paid to a NT non-resident UK citizen are they taxable to him and tax deductible by the company.
Chris01 [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 14:10 30/01/15 | Comments: 2
Good morning, my work place colleague would like to ask the following
Agency checks prior to starting a contract
spearmain [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 15:57 27/01/15 | Comments: 1
I have been contracting via my own personal services company since 2009. I have been on maternity leave since June 2013 (fully salaried by my company except for the period I received Statutory Maternity Pay). I have just been offered an 8 week contract by a City institution, but am having no end of hassle with the agency they are using to complete all the relevant security/credit checks as they seem to fail to understand the difference between contractors working via a limited company and PAYE employees.
HMRC sends money after 7 years
Hamilton [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 12:21 05/01/15 | Comments: 3
I am now retired. When I retired I closed my company with the aid of my accountant, with HMRC approval and of course paid all the necessary taxes etc. I left a previous accountant because he failed to submit my PAYE P35 etc. on time and the company received a penalty of 400. The fine was in respect of the year end April 2007. The company was dissolved officially in November 2008 as per records at Companies House.
Day rate cut
RPL [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 15:16 22/12/14 | Comments: 3
My end client has imposed across-the-board rate cuts on their contractors.
Closing the company
minn [Ask-Legal-Accounting] 12:14 16/12/14 | Comments: 1
For the tax tear 2012-13, my company paid a dividend from retained earnings of 10,000, with 2,000 tax credit and 8,000 paid net, and that was what went on to my Self Assessment return.

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