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  1. Gavin John Hyde

    Proposal to ban cash payments?

    On radio last night they were discussing the idea that the tax man might ban cash payments for tradesmen/women. The idea is that for jobs over a certain amount you would have to take card/cheque or bacs transfer. It will also stop cash in hand for a lower fee They are supposedly going to be...
  2. Gavin John Hyde

    Anybody accept card payments from customers?

    Had a phone call today from a company called iZettle, they make a little card reader that connects to your phone so you can take card payments from customers there and then on the spot. it has it advantages in that you don't have to chase up payment after a job and saves the risk of dodgy...
  3. M

    Wanting to scale ?

    Hello, right now business is really good, i am getting plenty of work, and i am also having to turn away a s***load of work, before i started out on my own(just under a year ago) i was working with the local council just doing repairs and maintenance so I've never really saw how private...
  4. E

    RHI, Solar Thermal & Swimming pools...

    We have a legacy ST system installed in early 2011 in a large family home comprising 120 tubes, 500L thermal store and a heat exchanger to a pool. The loop to the thermal store is metered, installed to the guidance at the time and completely separate to the pool loop yet the system is not...
  5. G

    Offering Finance to customer .....

    Pricing a few jobs lately that got me thinking. Customers desperately needing their home rewired ( both very unsafe ) but finance is a major sticking point. JRC Finance ? Interest obviously added on cost with staged payments. How does the legal side work ? Would it become a complete headache if...
  6. S

    Dno

    if you need an export meter, it all depends on your preference. You have to weigh up weather its of cost benefit for you to pay to have an export meter installed against the cost saving of your export tariff. Usually 30KW is when the customer would start to look at having an export meter...
  7. S

    Customer demanding a refund

    Hi all I have a very abusive customer demanding a refund (because they claim they paid me twice) but not willing to provide any everdance. I am getting several texts, emails, calls and letters daily. I have passed it onto my bank and they cant find any duplicated payments from her either. Any...
  8. F

    mulitple installations rate

    Hi Chaps, Just wondered if anyone could clarify what the legal definition of Multiple installations, on a commercial installation with complex web of ownership eg where a company has different sites registered as a seperate business but are owned by one ultimate Company ? I have been reading...
  9. J

    Solar suppliers

    Gents I am involved in the electrical wholesale industry, our particular branch got involved with the whole fit deadline rush, supplying our own stocks and also sourcing from other suppliers. Can I ask how you put up with the following issues? 1. Credit limits slashed overnight with no...
  10. Y

    FIT payments from MCS registraion

    Hi Guys Sorry if this seems an old subject but its new to me. When I first started looking into PV I was informed that : Do your first install then get your MCS done. Then when your customer registers for the feed in tariff the start date for 1st payment will be back dated to commission date of...
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