I was just looking at a post where the seller has been offered 13k and realised something reminded me about a conversation I'd had. For example Now they have been offered 13k for it they may aswell sell it at auction. Because your going to have to put it on your books at 13k and pay tax on something they haven't yet sold. Which reminds me. The big hitters on here who have threads running for months with comments like 50k offered but want 200k etc. If ltd do they put it on their p and l? Often thought you could make the likes of giant and the likes bust by lodging a complaint with the tax man. Imagine having to change all those fivers on the p and l report to thousands each. Ouch. Would force them to sell to survive. I'm sure most domainers think they can list cost price till they sell. Maybe it's just something the tax man hasn't worked out yet? I am referring to the honesty and fairness clause relating to a ltd company and the correct reporting. Or maybe my other half has explained it wrong. I know there are some clever people on here who I've spoken to and emailed. So maybe someone could clarify. If it's right then those who have lovely portfolios and are ltd, do they write values up and down as they should?