5 Reasons to use a Chartered Accountant Experience To qualify as chartered accountant, I had to pass stringent exams and carry our monitored, approved training for a range of different clients. Choose a chartered accountant that specialises in your particular field or industry, and you will benefit from specific expertise that matches your scale and type of business. Advice you can rely on Using a chartered accountant gives you the reassurance that the advice you are receiving is both accurate
The best way to show how this works is with an example, HMRC require 50% on account in each January and July based on the tax paid for the year before. If the tax is below £1000 then there is no on account. If 5 April 2020 is your first year then you will not have made payments in January and July 2020 and so payment on 31 January 2021 in this example based on taxable profits of £25,000 will
When you are self employed there are three parts to your “tax” bill. It is important to understand that HMRC deal with the Income Tax and Class 4 National Insurance but Class 2 national Insurance is dealt with by the national insurance office, the weekly payment is the contribution towards a year for your state pension HMRC are simply advised by the national insurance office if you are self employed and when you started, that way HMRC know how much
Expenses You Can Claim Work Clothes Clothes for work are a very grey area but here we give you some very useful tips. HMRC argue that of the clothes that can be worn day to day have a “duality of purpose” in technical speak, what this means is they have a personal and private use even if you don’t wear them for private purposes HMRC argue the clothes are not “exclusively” for the business and therefore not a business expense.
Claiming for use of home as a business expense You can claim for using your home for work purposes as an expense in your accounts, how you do it, well there are two main options If you only use it occasionally for doing admin and a bit of marketing then one best options is to claim on the same basis as if you were an employee working from home occasionally. HMRC allow a fixed amount depending on the hours you