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JRA


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Companies House accounts in Euro


Hello,

 

Does anyone have experience of competing CH accounts in Euro.

My (prospective) client is late filing and spends a lot of time in Europe so I assume this is a more convenient currency for him.

I currently use Taxfiler and believe they don't have a Eur option.

He also has fuel receipts from Euro which I am wondering should be £0.45 per mile rather than total claim. Not sure if he has a mileage record either!

Would appreciate any thoughts.

Thanks

Chris

 

 



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JRA wrote:

Hello,  Hi Chris

 

Does anyone have experience of competing CH accounts in Euro.   

My (prospective) client is late filing and spends a lot of time in Europe so I assume this is a more convenient currency for him.        Scope to change (1 day)?

I currently use Taxfiler and believe they don't have a Eur option.         HMRC want conversion to sterling (and copy of euro ) What do you use to produce the accounts?          Iris can do it.  Presumably VT and SAP can.

He also has fuel receipts from Euro which I am wondering should be £0.45 per mile rather than total claim. Not sure if he has a mileage record either!   Consider BIK. DLA it - expensive lesson for a muppet who hasnt got his house in order. Tax planning - key is in the word - why do they never learn?

Would appreciate any thoughts.     We are looking for more contributors - can you help with answers on other folks posts given your experience?

Thanks

Chris

ICAEW provide technical guidance. Do Cima? 

 


 



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JRA


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Thanks Joanne,

Appreciate your speedy and complete responses.
I have again email him to ask, however, no reply yet.

I use Taxfiler for both Accounts and Tax

I will follow up with CIMA although I'm not convinced they do.

Yes, always happy to help other, I just need to log in more often.



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