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2 man team with chipper annual turnover  

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  1. 1. 2 man team with chipper annual turnover

    • below 50k
      15
    • up to 60k
      7
    • up to 70k
      4
    • up to 80k
      11
    • up to 90k
      5
    • up to 100k
      8
    • 100k plus
      10


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the longer VAT stays at 20% the more people will be used to trying to avoid it until even if the govt. reduces it to 15 or 17.5% people will still try to avoid it. The 20% in my opinion has really caused widespread tax avoidance.

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the longer VAT stays at 20% the more people will be used to trying to avoid it until even if the govt. reduces it to 15 or 17.5% people will still try to avoid it. The 20% in my opinion has really caused widespread tax avoidance.

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Evening,

Well, we have in the past been trading as 2 individual businesses doing tree work and a whole lot of other shoite for a coin.

Now, we are a 2 partner limited company gunning for the tree coin and so are also looking at various grants and finance packages.

Electric hedgecutters and pruning saws, pesticide courses and interest free loans blah blah blah...

To be honest, the French ask so many questions of you when you apply that all the info I can muster, print off and thrust under the sweaty jowels of a 'functionaire' (government employee) is more grease to our elbow and grease we will need to squeeze through the eye of their needles!

In France, the limit for t.v.a is a mere 33k after which hells doors open up and swallow you and your dreams.

We are there and at the moment stand there tweaking the tax mans whiskers and laughing at the storm crows who predict doom.

A correlation between 2 man teams, 3 man teams, and 2x2 teams etc is our aim.

Business in France IS hard and complicated.

You must compile a 'dossier' for everything, they are obsessed by paperwork.

One interesting thing here is that limited companies publish their accounts on the web and as there are so many of them it makes interesting reading...if your that way inclined:001_rolleyes:

Ty

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Evening,

Well, we have in the past been trading as 2 individual businesses doing tree work and a whole lot of other shoite for a coin.

Now, we are a 2 partner limited company gunning for the tree coin and so are also looking at various grants and finance packages.

Electric hedgecutters and pruning saws, pesticide courses and interest free loans blah blah blah...

To be honest, the French ask so many questions of you when you apply that all the info I can muster, print off and thrust under the sweaty jowels of a 'functionaire' (government employee) is more grease to our elbow and grease we will need to squeeze through the eye of their needles!

In France, the limit for t.v.a is a mere 33k after which hells doors open up and swallow you and your dreams.

We are there and at the moment stand there tweaking the tax mans whiskers and laughing at the storm crows who predict doom.

A correlation between 2 man teams, 3 man teams, and 2x2 teams etc is our aim.

Business in France IS hard and complicated.

You must compile a 'dossier' for everything, they are obsessed by paperwork.

One interesting thing here is that limited companies publish their accounts on the web and as there are so many of them it makes interesting reading...if your that way inclined:001_rolleyes:

Ty

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Evening,

Well, we have in the past been trading as 2 individual businesses doing tree work and a whole lot of other shoite for a coin.

Now, we are a 2 partner limited company gunning for the tree coin and so are also looking at various grants and finance packages.

Electric hedgecutters and pruning saws, pesticide courses and interest free loans blah blah blah...

To be honest, the French ask so many questions of you when you apply that all the info I can muster, print off and thrust under the sweaty jowels of a 'functionaire' (government employee) is more grease to our elbow and grease we will need to squeeze through the eye of their needles!

In France, the limit for t.v.a is a mere 33k after which hells doors open up and swallow you and your dreams.

We are there and at the moment stand there tweaking the tax mans whiskers and laughing at the storm crows who predict doom.

A correlation between 2 man teams, 3 man teams, and 2x2 teams etc is our aim.

Business in France IS hard and complicated.

You must compile a 'dossier' for everything, they are obsessed by paperwork.

One interesting thing here is that limited companies publish their accounts on the web and as there are so many of them it makes interesting reading...if your that way inclined:001_rolleyes:

Ty

 

A perfect description of a journey I have taken:thumbup:

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Evening,

Well, we have in the past been trading as 2 individual businesses doing tree work and a whole lot of other shoite for a coin.

Now, we are a 2 partner limited company gunning for the tree coin and so are also looking at various grants and finance packages.

Electric hedgecutters and pruning saws, pesticide courses and interest free loans blah blah blah...

To be honest, the French ask so many questions of you when you apply that all the info I can muster, print off and thrust under the sweaty jowels of a 'functionaire' (government employee) is more grease to our elbow and grease we will need to squeeze through the eye of their needles!

In France, the limit for t.v.a is a mere 33k after which hells doors open up and swallow you and your dreams.

We are there and at the moment stand there tweaking the tax mans whiskers and laughing at the storm crows who predict doom.

A correlation between 2 man teams, 3 man teams, and 2x2 teams etc is our aim.

Business in France IS hard and complicated.

You must compile a 'dossier' for everything, they are obsessed by paperwork.

One interesting thing here is that limited companies publish their accounts on the web and as there are so many of them it makes interesting reading...if your that way inclined:001_rolleyes:

Ty

 

A perfect description of a journey I have taken:thumbup:

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