• Finance Influncer Scam

    The Double Take: Tax "Hacks" from TikTok Influencers and the Perilous Pitfalls

    Scroll through any social media platform these days, and you're bound to stumble upon "finance influencers" peddling their secret tax-saving strategies.

  • Insurance Policy

    Navigating the Labyrinth of Insurance Premiums: Why Freelancers, the Self-Employed, and New Business Owners Face Higher Costs

    In the dynamic world of work, the rise of freelancing, self-employment, and new business ventures has transformed the professional landscape.

  • Child Benefit

    Separating couples with children and child benefit: What you need to know

    If you and your partner are separating, you need to decide who will continue to claim child benefit.

  • Side Hustle Additional Income

    The Online Sell-Off: HMRC Cracks Down, But Is It Fair Play?

    HMRC's recent move to require online platforms like eBay and Vinted to report seller information has stirred a hornet's nest.

  • Payment

    What is payment on account?

    Payment on account is a system used by Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to collect tax from self-employed people and small businesses.

  • Childcare

    Are childcare costs deductable for the self-employed and small business owners?

    HMRC figures that if you're self-employed or a small business owner, you're rich enough to pay for your own childcare. Of course, this isn't entirely fair.

  • VAT

    Should the self-employed leave the VAT Flat Rate Scheme?

    The VAT Flat Rate Scheme is a simplified scheme for smaller businesses, but it may not be the best option for all self-employed people.

  • Autumn Statement 2023

    Autumn Statement Update for Self-Employed and Small Business Owners

    Freelancers and small business owners, here are the key takeaways from today's Autumn Statement:

  • Self Employed person

    Can freelancers and the self-employed claim expenses for working from home?

    In short, yes, but...

  • Corporation Tax

    What are the new corporation tax rates for small businesses?

    New corporation tax rates for small businesses in the UK, starting April 1, 2023

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