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NYKeys

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NYKeys last won the day on October 9 2018

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  1. Who can apply You can apply if you’re a self-employed individual or a member of a partnership and you: have submitted your Income Tax Self Assessment tax return for the tax year 2018-19 traded in the tax year 2019-20 are trading when you apply, or would be except for COVID-19 intend to continue to trade in the tax year 2020-21 have lost trading/partnership trading profits due to COVID-19 Your self-employed trading profits must also be less than £50,000 and more than half of your income come from self-employment. This is determined by at least one of the following conditions being true: having trading profits/partnership trading profits in 2018-19 of less than £50,000 and these profits constitute more than half of your total taxable income having average trading profits in 2016-17, 2017-18, and 2018-19 of less than £50,000 and these profits constitute more than half of your average taxable income in the same period If you started trading between 2016-19, HMRC will only use those years for which you filed a Self-Assessment tax return. If you have not submitted your Income Tax Self-Assessment tax return for the tax year 2018-19, you must do this by 23 April 2020. HMRC will use data on 2018-19 returns already submitted to identify those eligible and will risk assess any late returns filed before the 23 April 2020 deadline in the usual way. But I'm confused how this applies to partnerships. Let's say my business (it doesn't, but let's say it does) has £60K as the bottom line net profit on the accounts for last year. This is split, let's say, between my wife and I - £30K each. Does anyone know how this does or doesn't apply given the strange (to me) wording above about my self employed trading profits being less than £50k?? Anyone in the same boat?
  2. So who are ya Baz and what do you do?
  3. Now I'm wondering how you determined you were overpaying? Didn't you have to compare with your neighbours etc?
  4. But wouldn't you still need an account with Brisant to get the blanks to cut the keys? Last time I spoke with Brisant I was totally put off.
  5. Tell me moooore This sounds better than the usual scamming companies phoning up..
  6. Anyone know when/if those of us who've already had bills will get an adjustment due to the budget?
  7. Just had a meeting with new accountant who is desperate to push us onto Xero - presumably because of the large kickback they get from Xero for doing so! Also that it makes their job easier, not that that's a bad thing. I've had a look online and on trustpilot there's a real split between happy customers and irate customers. Any experiences here?
  8. Customer wants a 37x7cm outward opening letterplate. Previous one was this size and was plastic. It's not for a door it's for a wall. Haven't been able to find anything close. Closest I've come across is this. Any ideas anyone?! thanks
  9. Graham - the oil refinery local to you has spent £50K with you just in preparing for a shutdown ?? This is HUGE! Well done!!
  10. Anyone know what is different about exterior grade maglocks vs interior grade? Thanks
  11. Thanks APL, OK feel a bit happier I'm not being ripped off as we have slightly bigger premises so there would naturally be more work involved. Thank you
  12. Just had a nice enough chap in wanting to sell me 360° walkarounds for the shop. He wanted about £380. Price is better than I've been quoted in years gone by. He reckoned it would do amazing things for my Google listing and ranking. Anyone got any experiences? Also of interest: anyone do it themselves (not used an agency)?
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