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In reply to: Tax Breaks?
The best answer to this question is really another question. How much are you willing to spend on accounting services? Because in the end, someone ...
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In reply to: final VAT return
Hi Mike, The form you need to complete is VAT 193 (VAT 197 in Wales). I would recommend you to use HMRC online services to do it. All you have to ...
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Thanks for the tips!
  • Emily answered June 5, 2013
  • last active June 5, 2013
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Try LinkedIn groups which focus on looking for new investment opportunities. You can connect with a lot of people.
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In reply to: TAX RETURN DEADLINE !
There are two mains deadlines for sending your tax return: 31 October for the paper return. 31 January for the online return.   However the pe...
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In reply to: maternity pay
Any employee is entitled to receive Statutory Maternity Pay if they worked for a given company continuously for 26 weeks or longer up to and into t...
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In reply to: Fuels Costs
Reduce the repayment of notes prior charges from the settlement in the current account or consider compensation (decrease pay all).
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You have the right to 1 year of maternity leave: 26 weeks of 'Ordinary Maternity Leave' and 26 weeks 'Additional Maternity Leave' no matter how lon...
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In reply to: Salary
Yes, you can even pay yourself a salary. In view of the fact that you’re not living in the United Kingdom, you’ll receive your gross salary with ...
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If you are eligible for Statutory Maternity Pay, your employer is obliged to pay you 90 percent of your average weekly earnings for the first six w...
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In reply to: lack of NIN
Yes. You can get the card CIS4 (T) - Temporary Registration Card. If you are planning to work in the UK for a long time, you should apply for a...
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You can take your test as soon as you think you’re ready. There’s no minimum number of lessons you must have or hours you must practice driving...
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Yes, the maternity pay is treated like earnings. You must pay the PAYE tax and National Insurance Contributions as in the case of salaries.
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In reply to: trusted accountant
Its depends on the conditions of the agreement between you and your accountancy company. In respect of clients accounting companies should info...
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In reply to: I am sick, what to do?
You can get £86,70 per week Statutory Sick Pay (SSP) if you’re too ill to work. It’s paid by your employer for up to 28 weeks. You need to qu...
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In reply to: recovering SMP
Yes, you can recover 92 percent of the SMP you are paying or even more. You can recover even 100 percent if your total annual National Insurance pa...
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In reply to: name of my company
Yes, if the exact name,  or very similar one has not been registered . You have to be aware that some of the words in the company name, however...
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In reply to: State pension
You need 30 years worth of contributions or credits to get the full basic State Pension. These are your ‘qualifying years’. If you have fewer ...
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The Certificate of Incorporation is issued once a Company has been successfully incorporated. This document is issued by Companies House stating ...
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In reply to: Driving licence test
There are 2 parts to the theory test: the multiple choice part the hazard perception part Both parts of the test are taken on the same d...