Tag: record keeping

The-importance-of-thorough-record-keeping

Record keeping is important

Author: Chris Springett, James Kirk (yBC.tv)

Categories: Financial Reporting, Getting advice, Tax Planning
Tags: property, record keeping, residence
Record keeping should be done thoroughly from the start. In this TV show Smith & Willamson‘s Chris Springett discusses property ownership and case law. Record keeping and Property Recent case law in the area it really does highlight just the importance of record keeping. I mean [...]
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