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Kick up a fuss if you do not get an activation code. HMRC are notoriously slovenly in their response in this area.
Your balance sheet is:
Fixed assets 10020, Current assets Bank 150 Debtors 100 Creditors -24614 & 100.
P&L -14434 Share capital 100
You appear to be out of balance by 90, please recheck your figures.
No, you will have to do that. It is relatively simple, but ensure that the Balance Sheet actually balances and that where data is common to both the balance sheet and the Profit and Loss Account that the figures correspond.
Accounting principles require:
Fixed assets Equipment
Current assets Cash and Debtors
If you insert these figures the accounts do not balance; please check.
P&L account and paid up share capital.
It will do. You have a week after receiving the activation code.
Did you buy any equipment in the current year?
Then you can claim Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) for the assets acquired. This will be the full value of the purchases and will reduce your company's Corporation Tax (CT) exposure.
You do not have to claim AIA unless it is in the company's interest so to do. Any unclaimed AIA can be carries forward to future years anc claimed as convenient.
They are a creditor in the company's accounts and will be cleared when repaid.
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That is because you are trying to file less than one year's period. I would advise you to fudge it.
Adjust the dates to that which the Micky Mouse and Donald Duck HMRC system will accept.
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