sole trader


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sole trader

ncommerciante m/f in proprio
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Said Mr Wilson: "Whether you have a workforce of 100 or you are a sole trader employing your spouse, provided the events are open to all your staff, there is no tax to pay by the individual as a benefit in kind or by the company as entertaining.
But as a sole trader he was exempt from filing accounts at Companies House, and the true scale of the Sports Soccer business was hidden.
IP Diamonds spotted the work of 27-year-old Kate Smith, who operates as a sole trader in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, at the Goldsmiths' Trade Fair in London last October.
Most small businesses find that setting up as a sole trader is the best option.
New Aim Pty Ltd paid an infringement notice penalty of $10,200 and as a sole trader, Le Tian paid an infringement notice penalty of $2,040.
Another abandoned scheme which needs to be brought back is the Sole Trader Initiative, which gave financial inducements to sole traders who took on their first employee.
If a sole trader ceases trading and puts their business premises up for sale, previous business asset taper relief would have meant their capital gains tax was 10 per cent, and it could still be with Entrepreneur's Relief - but then again, it might instead be 18 per cent," Mr Silsby said.
Q I AM a sole trader and in my 50s and am thinking of retiring and moving abroad.
What they wanted was a council tax bill which I advised was in my husband's name and I needed the PO Box application to be in both my name and the company name (I am a sole trader and one of their conditions is that a single signature is required for a sole trader - me in this case).
Tenders are invited for seeking proposals from interested service providers who wish to be considered for the provision the following service for one year (september 2013-may 2014): counselling the interested service providers must be a limited company or a sole trader recognised as such by the revenue commissioners.
You could be a winner if: l You have suffered losses and are able to offset them against tax paid previously l You are investing in energy-efficient plant l You are undertaking research and development activities l You are a sole trader or partnership looking to incorporate We are presently working with many of our 750 clients to ensure that as many of them as possible are winners and not losers.
Trustees selling assets used in a business, or shares in a trading company, where a beneficiary of the trust with an interest in possession (a right to the income) in such assets or shares is involved in carrying on the business, as a sole trader or as a partner, or is an officer or employee of the company.