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I have a Ltd company and am just starting to trade properly.

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I have a Ltd company and am just starting to trade properly.

My company is a property development company and part of the deal I am working on, involves re-imbursing the vendor of his mortgage payments until the property is sold.

As the vendor is not a company, nor self employed, he cannot write an invoice (am I right)

Can I just use a receipt for payment to show as a legitimate business expense, or is there another correct way in which to show the transaction?

Kind regards

Chris.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Finance
Expert:  Taxtom replied 5 years ago.

Taxtom :

Hello, An invoice or a receipt book is fine, just have him sign the receipt. Your check will also serve as receipt. Thank You Tom

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