I have the following materials for sale,
P1 BPP revision kit June 12
P2 BPP revision kit DEC12
P2 KAPLAN Study text and revision kit JUNE13
P3 BPP revision kit Dec12
P4 BPP revision kit DEC12
Open to any offers. Please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org.
nimbostar posted on the forum topic [POLL] Paper F8 Exam results – June 2011 Genius Hunt in the group F8 Audit and Assurance: 2 years, 8 months ago
59% didn’t like this paper at all and didn’t go to classes only used a revision kit, I don’t ever want to see Audit again.
nimbostar posted on the forum topic [POLL] December 2010 Paper F6 Exam Results / Genius Hunt in the group F6 Taxation: 3 years, 1 month ago
Well, 64% not too bad, could have done with a higher mark though, nevertheless, congratulations to all those who passed and to those who didn’t make it, you just need to come back stronger.
I am more inclined to say this is a business expenditure as it can be classified under repairs and maintenance. However I think in reality in can depend on the original state of the property, If the property was bought in a very bad state state and needed a major works, then I would be [...]
ahh, firstly my apologies for my previous post, I sat F6 in December 2010 based on FA2009. However I do understand now. It is the additional 12950 that will have 60%, I have put an example below. Income 100000 112950 PA 6475 Taxable Income 93525 112950 TAX 20% 7480 7480 40% 22450 30220 TOTAL TAX [...]
Hi your question is a bit vague First of all, basic rate is 20% up to £37400 the higher rate tax is 40% above £37400, therefore it’s not really 60%. If you are earning 100000, then your tax liability would be calculated as follows Salary 100000 Personal Allowance 6475 Taxable income 93525 37400 @ 20% [...]
I think you should post your question as not everyone has got the Bpp course test.
I think in general it is items that are “wholly and exclusively” for the purposes of trade. If you post the question I am sure there are plenty of people who will be prepared to help you.
nimbostar posted on the forum topic [POLL] June 2010 Paper F9 Exam Results / Genius Hunt in the group F9 Financial Management: 3 years, 7 months ago
Only just woken up but couln’t sleep well last night. just want to say goodluck to everyone. I have just checked my results for F9 and have passed with 74%.
am going to catch a bit more sleep, hopefully am not dreaming.
I haven’t read the question thouroughly, however I have noticed you have been given the following info.
cost of capital
Therefore the formula I would use would be P=(D x(1+g))/Ke-g
Ke=cost of equity
This formula is derived from calculating your Cost of Equity. Hope this helps.