• What are the typical membership fees of the west hants club bournemouth?

    family peak membership individual peak membership and how is it payable? up front front fee, monthly or both options? thank you
    family peak membership individual peak membership and how is it payable? up front front fee, monthly or both options? thank you
    4 answers · Other - Cultures & Groups · 4 years ago
  • UK credit agreements, your right to withdraw?

    You have a right to withdraw from a credit agreement within the first 14 days. But what happens to the goods?. For example, if you bought a car on finance, and maybe put in a car as part exchange, if you decide say 10 days later that you have made a mistake and exercise your right to withdraw, can you return to car to the car dealer and would... show more
    You have a right to withdraw from a credit agreement within the first 14 days. But what happens to the goods?. For example, if you bought a car on finance, and maybe put in a car as part exchange, if you decide say 10 days later that you have made a mistake and exercise your right to withdraw, can you return to car to the car dealer and would they still have your part exchange car in order to return it to you? Do they have to accept their car back and have they got to keep your part exchange car for the 14 day withdrawal period? Thanks in advance
    1 answer · Credit · 6 years ago
  • What does the saab 1.8 vector convertable auto do to the gallon?

    apparently, it is a 2000cc petrol auto, (not sure why the description is for an 1.8) how many miles to £10 for example? its an 04 plate (2004) thanks
    apparently, it is a 2000cc petrol auto, (not sure why the description is for an 1.8) how many miles to £10 for example? its an 04 plate (2004) thanks
    5 answers · Saab · 6 years ago
  • I suspect that my email address has picked up a virus, how do I check and get rid of it?

    People I know friends/family have recieved mail supposedly from me, also people in my contacts list. How do I make my address secure again? Thank you
    People I know friends/family have recieved mail supposedly from me, also people in my contacts list. How do I make my address secure again? Thank you
    2 answers · Security · 6 years ago
  • Can cadburys roses and quality street tins be re-used as cake tins?

    I mean, are they airtight? Thank you
    I mean, are they airtight? Thank you
    9 answers · Cooking & Recipes · 7 years ago
  • Can anyone tell me how to turn off yahoo messenger?

    This annoying pop up is proving difficult to stop. Thank you
    This annoying pop up is proving difficult to stop. Thank you
    1 answer · Preferences and Settings · 7 years ago
  • How long after is ccj is marked as 'satisfied' should you re-apply for credit?

    For example, the ccj is on record for 6yrs whether paid or not, but If someone wanted to start to'repair' thier credit rating and establish a 'new good repayment record'. If you apply for a poor rated credit card for those with past credit problems. I know they have extortionate interest rates but thats only if your stupid... show more
    For example, the ccj is on record for 6yrs whether paid or not, but If someone wanted to start to'repair' thier credit rating and establish a 'new good repayment record'. If you apply for a poor rated credit card for those with past credit problems. I know they have extortionate interest rates but thats only if your stupid enough to borrow on the card. If you dont use it to borrow, and spend say £25pmnth on the card and repay it a week or two early each month. You will over time (say a 12 or 24 mnth period) re-establish a record of prompt and early repayments that will show up on your credit record. This should help future lenders make decisions. My question is.... How long should the 'dust settle' after obtaining a certificate of satisfaction before applying for such a card? Sensible and researched advice only please, I have promised to look into this for a client. Thank you
    3 answers · Credit · 7 years ago
  • If a ltd company is set up with 100 shares @£1 each?

    Then during the year the owner puts a van into the business valued @ £800 the van depreciates during the first year by £200, now worth £600 (assuming no other transactions took place during the year) What is the called up share capital at the end of year 1? (Im thinking £700, £100 shares plus £600 net book value of the van) If this is right,... show more
    Then during the year the owner puts a van into the business valued @ £800 the van depreciates during the first year by £200, now worth £600 (assuming no other transactions took place during the year) What is the called up share capital at the end of year 1? (Im thinking £700, £100 shares plus £600 net book value of the van) If this is right, does it mean that there are now 700 shares @ £1? Thank you
    1 answer · Higher Education (University +) · 7 years ago
  • Could someone help me with this balance sheet question?

    A Ltd company set up with 100 shares @£1 each (paid up) The company buys a van £800 (owner puts the van into the company) Business trades for a yr, 8K turnover, profit of zero after wages and expenses Van depreciation £200 during the yr, net book value £600 One fixed asset (van £600), no current assets No loans or other liabilities, expenses... show more
    A Ltd company set up with 100 shares @£1 each (paid up) The company buys a van £800 (owner puts the van into the company) Business trades for a yr, 8K turnover, profit of zero after wages and expenses Van depreciation £200 during the yr, net book value £600 One fixed asset (van £600), no current assets No loans or other liabilities, expenses all paid for up front as they ocour What would the balance sheet look like? I cannot see how to balance it, how does the balance sheet look i.e. shares and capital? Thank you
    1 answer · Homework Help · 7 years ago
  • Could someone help me with this balance sheet question?

    A Ltd company is set up with 100 shares @£1 each The company buys a van £800 (owner puts the van into the company) Business trades for a yr with a profit of zero after wages and expenses Van depreciation £200 during yr, net book value £600 What would the balance sheet look like? (I am confused about the relationship between the 100 shares @... show more
    A Ltd company is set up with 100 shares @£1 each The company buys a van £800 (owner puts the van into the company) Business trades for a yr with a profit of zero after wages and expenses Van depreciation £200 during yr, net book value £600 What would the balance sheet look like? (I am confused about the relationship between the 100 shares @ £1 and the van capital that was introduced and depreciated through the year) I cannot see how the balance sheet would balance Can anyone show me how this balance sheet would look? Thank you
    1 answer · Personal Finance · 7 years ago
  • Advice for filling in a census?

    I have recieved a census pack at my home address. I have also recieved another census through the post at my office which is a commercial premises a few miles away from my home. Do I need to fill in both? Or just the home address one? Thank you.
    I have recieved a census pack at my home address. I have also recieved another census through the post at my office which is a commercial premises a few miles away from my home. Do I need to fill in both? Or just the home address one? Thank you.
    5 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 7 years ago
  • Paye below lower earnings limit UK?

    If a director starts on paye in month 10 at a salary of £411 per month, during that year, there is one other paye employment for a 4wk period to which £230 tax and ni was deducted. There is no other paye employment that year. when filling in a deductions working sheet or p35 (tax code 647L), what would you write in the boxes for tax and NI... show more
    If a director starts on paye in month 10 at a salary of £411 per month, during that year, there is one other paye employment for a 4wk period to which £230 tax and ni was deducted. There is no other paye employment that year. when filling in a deductions working sheet or p35 (tax code 647L), what would you write in the boxes for tax and NI deductions? would you simply write a '0' for amount due or the word 'nil'? or is there something else to do? Thank you in advance
    2 answers · United Kingdom · 7 years ago
  • Company director, paying yourself?

    How do you pay yourself if you are a company director with an irregular, low income? As I understand it, a paye system is a structured system for regular payments i.e. weekly, monthly etc. But what if you recieve a low income (4.5k this yr) and the money was recieved irregularly sometimes months apart? Do you pay yourself a dividend only? How do... show more
    How do you pay yourself if you are a company director with an irregular, low income? As I understand it, a paye system is a structured system for regular payments i.e. weekly, monthly etc. But what if you recieve a low income (4.5k this yr) and the money was recieved irregularly sometimes months apart? Do you pay yourself a dividend only? How do you account in a paye system for irregular income /payments? Thank you.
    2 answers · Corporations · 7 years ago
  • Can someone advise me how to remove the smell from pickle jars so that I can re-use them?

    I have washed the jars, and soaked the jars, and put bicarbonate of soda in a dry jar overnight. Any tips for removing the smell would be welcome. Thanks
    I have washed the jars, and soaked the jars, and put bicarbonate of soda in a dry jar overnight. Any tips for removing the smell would be welcome. Thanks
    9 answers · Cleaning & Laundry · 7 years ago
  • Motor fuel expenses for company van, how do you treat them for tax purposes?

    Hi, I have a company van registered to my company. Could someone tell me how to treat the fuel expenses that I incurred during the year for tax purposes? Can I write off the whole amount spent on diesel? The van is used for 100% business use. I know how to treat the fuel for a private car but not sure about a company van. Thank you
    Hi, I have a company van registered to my company. Could someone tell me how to treat the fuel expenses that I incurred during the year for tax purposes? Can I write off the whole amount spent on diesel? The van is used for 100% business use. I know how to treat the fuel for a private car but not sure about a company van. Thank you
    5 answers · United Kingdom · 8 years ago
  • My water pressure at home has gone very low?

    Almost to a trickle, does anyone know the cause and how to repair it. thanks
    Almost to a trickle, does anyone know the cause and how to repair it. thanks
    4 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 8 years ago
  • Whats the average amount paid as a mortgage repayment in the uk?

    Im sure there must be an average calculated somewhere...I wonder what it is, does anyone know, Thanks
    Im sure there must be an average calculated somewhere...I wonder what it is, does anyone know, Thanks
    1 answer · Personal Finance · 8 years ago
  • What is the typical fees charged by recruitment agencies?

    Speaking as a u.k. employer who may want temporary staff, jobs for driving and accounts/office staff? Is there a contract to sign? how much do they charge percentage-wise? thanks in advance
    Speaking as a u.k. employer who may want temporary staff, jobs for driving and accounts/office staff? Is there a contract to sign? how much do they charge percentage-wise? thanks in advance
    1 answer · London · 8 years ago
  • Hi, can someone help me with microsoft excel?

    I want to copy work that ive done in sheet 1 to sheet 2, I tried to copy or paste the work but keep doing it wrong. Can anyone help? Thanks
    I want to copy work that ive done in sheet 1 to sheet 2, I tried to copy or paste the work but keep doing it wrong. Can anyone help? Thanks
    1 answer · Software · 8 years ago
  • Can anyone give me a wise thought for the day?

    something to make me think deeply? Or just something to make me laugh or happy? Thanks
    something to make me think deeply? Or just something to make me laugh or happy? Thanks
    9 answers · Words & Wordplay · 8 years ago