Ask Me Anything
Okay, here’s your chance to Ask Me Anything.
Are we insane? Well there are limits on what you can and cannot ask and what we will and will not answer, but sensible questions will be answered, and we hope it is helpful to clients and non-clients alike.
Ground rules for Ask Me Anything
Do not post personal information.
All comments are moderated before being published, unless you have registered and been approved.
Offensive comments will almost certainly result in a complaint to your isp and employer.
Acceptable questions are:
How quickly can you form a company? A: about 4 working hours
When do I have to register for VAT? A: when your turnover over the past twelve months exceeds £83,000 (as at March 2017)
Unacceptable questions are:
My accountant says… We won’t second guess
Can you tell me how to complete my tax return? That’s chargeable advice.
All this advice is provided “as is” on the basis of the incomplete information you provide and it may not be complete or wholly appropriate for your circumstances and you shouldn’t take action on the basis of these general comments alone — but you know and accept that before using this AMA.
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Our clients say…
Hi Sue. You really are God’s gift!! The money wasted on [the previous accountant] makes me blood boil. You suggestion re invoicing so can claim back vat is wonderful. Will look forward to receiving invoice. Hope you all have a good week end.
Stables owner Nr Eaglesham April 2, 2015
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