Your Questions About E Trade Paper Trading

Ruth asks…

Register VAT – Business activity for business conference and exihibition company?

We are a business conference company, we host business events, exhibitions for various industry sectors. I want to register for VAT number. After the initial information like company name, address etc, it asks for “Add at least one business activity”. None of the business activities are related to my business. Can anyone help me to identify the right business activity in the specified list by HMRC.

Below is the whole list

Agriculture, forestry and fishing
Crop and animal production, hunting and related service activities »
Forestry and logging »
Fishing and aquaculture »
Mining and quarrying
Mining of coal and lignite »
Extraction of crude petroleum and natural gas »
Mining of metal ores »
Other mining and quarrying »
Mining support service activities »
Manufacture of food products »
Manufacture of beverages »
Manufacture of tobacco products »
Manufacture of textiles »
Manufacture of wearing apparel »
Manufacture of leather and related products »
Manufacture of wood and cork products, except furniture; manufacture of straw and plaiting materials »
Manufacture of paper and paper products »
Printing and reproduction of recorded media »
Manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products »
Manufacture of chemicals and chemical products »
Manufacture of basic pharmaceutical products and pharmaceutical »
Manufacture of rubber and plastic products »
Manufacture of other non-metallic mineral products »
Manufacture of basic metals »
Manufacture of fabricated metal products, except machinery and equipment »
Manufacture of computer, electronic and optical products »
Manufacture of electrical equipment »
Manufacture of machinery and equipment n.e.c. »
Manufacture of motor vehicles, trailers and semi-trailers »
Manufacture of other transport equipment »
Manufacture of furniture »
Other manufacturing »
Repair and installation of machinery and equipment »
Electricity, gas, steam and air conditioning supply »
Water collection, treatment and supply »
Sewerage »
Waste collection, treatment and disposal activities; materials recovery »
Remediation activities and other waste management services »
Property and construction
Construction of buildings »
Civil engineering »
Specialised construction activities »
Real estate activities »
Wholesale and retail trade
Wholesale and retail trade and repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles »
Wholesale trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles »
Retail trade, except of motor vehicles and motorcycles »
Transport and communication
Land transport and transport via pipelines »
Water transport »
Air transport »
Warehousing and support activities for transportation »
Postal and courier activities »
Publishing activities »
Motion picture, video and TV programme production, sound recording, music publishing activities »
Programming and broadcasting activities »
Telecommunications »
Computer programming, consultancy and related activities »
Information service activities »
Public services
Public administration and defence; compulsory social security »
Education »
Human health activities »
Residential care activities »
Social work activities without accommodation »
Activities of extraterritorial organisations and bodies »
Financial services
Financial service activities, except insurance and pension funding »
Insurance, reinsurance and pension funding, except compulsory social »
Activities auxiliary to financial services and insurance activities »
Accommodation, hospitality and entertainment
Accommodation »
Food and beverage service activities »
Creative, arts and entertainment activities »
Libraries, archives, museums and other cultural activities »
Gambling and betting activities »
Sports activities and amusement and recreation activities »
Legal and accounting activities »
Activities of head offices; management consultancy activities »
Architectural and engineering activities; technical testing and analysis »
Scientific research and development »
Advertising and market research »
Other professional, scientific and technical activities »
Veterinary activities »
Rental and leasing activities »
Employment activities »
Travel agency, tour operator and other reservation service and related »
Security and investigation activities »
Services to buildings and landscape activities »
Office administrative, office support and other business support activities »
Activities of membership organisations »
Repair of computers and personal and household goods »
Other personal service activities »
Activities of households as employers of domestic personnel »
Undifferentiated goods- and services-producing activities of private households for own use »

John answers:

Id say accomadation hospitality and entertainment

William asks…

This world history question has been nagging me all day!!?

So I was doing practice exercises for my SAT II World History and then I got this question:

Which of the following is an example of cultural diffusion resulting from Silk Road trade and exchange, ca 300 BCE?

a- Buddhism in China
b- paper in Romne
c-pagoda architecture in Ceylon
d-civil service examinations in Greece
e-poured iron tool in Jerusalem

I said that the answer was B , paper but the correct answer was A. Could someone explain me why please!

John answers:

The question asked about 300 BC, but paper, and the pulp papermaking process, was developed in China during the early 2nd century AD……..

Michael asks…

Are my old newspapers valuable?

I have saved newspapers from important events…i.e. The terrorist bombings of the World Trade Center, President Obama elected, etc. I am trying to clean my house and I am wondering if those papers are of any value. They have turned slightly brown. If they are of no value, please let me know. Thank you.

John answers:

I don’t think they are, they might have been in the old days, but today they have the computers and all that new technologies. And almost ever news paper is stored in them. I am not really sure though.

Sandra asks…

How can i fix my one ring of death on my xbox 360?

i have one light that turns red and on the screen it shows the error code E 73 and i dont know what i should do. i dnt have a warranty on it and i already broke the seal. i tried the towel trick but i dont think i did it right because it didnt work and i dnt think i should do the paper clip trick either. i dont know if i should trade it in or try to fix it. if u have a detailed way to do the towell trick or any good advice please answer.

John answers:

Some people do the towel trick… My trick is buy a new one.. Use the warranty… Or simply call xbox and get a pepair

Helen asks…

Does this concept of “fair innings” ring alarm bells ?

Many different equity principles may need to be traded off against efficiency when prioritizing health care. This paper explores one of them: the concept of a fair innings. It reflects the feeling that everyone is entitled to some normal span of health (usually expressed in life years, e.g. three score years and ten) and anyone failing to achieve this has been cheated, whilst anyone getting more than this is living on borrowed time. Four important characteristics of the fair innings notion are worth noting: firstly, it is outcome based, not process-based or resource-based; secondly, it is about a person’s whole life-time experience, not about their state at any particular point in time; thirdly, it reflects an aversion to inequality; and fourthly, it is quantifiable. Even in common parlance it is usually expressed in numerical terms: death at 25 is viewed very differently from death at 85.
But age at death should be no more than a first approximation, because the quality of a person’s life is important as well as its length. The analysis suggests that this notion of intergenerational equity requires greater discrimination against the elderly than would be dictated simply by efficiency objectives.

John answers:

I agree with your quality of life view
but its very hard to let someone young go

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