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When you start out in business everything you do is exciting and new, and the duller aspects such as doing your expenses are even fun.
But what about when the bookkeeping stops being new and exciting and becomes repetitive and mundane?
Little and often
Bookkeeping can be a chore and there’s no getting away from it. You should
The tax break for company-paid childcare was scaled back a while ago, but it’s still possible to get a tax and NI exemption on up to £55 per week. How can you achieve this and possibly do better?
Tax break recap
Until 6 April 2011 Companies could give directors and employees tax and NI-free financial support for
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Nowadays it is very popular for people to enjoy a second income by selling goods on the internet.
I’ve sold stuff on ebay. Do I have to pay tax?
Don’t worry if you just sell personal items such as books or records that you find when you are clearing out your loft. This is not seen as
As of 14th March 2012, HMRC’s new targets in their crackdown on tax evasion are online traders.
The upcoming e-marketplace campaign could affect people selling goods and services or those who run a business through online trading websites such as e-Bay, Amazon or other specialist marketplaces.
According to HMRC the “e-marketplace campaign is for people who are