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Working From Home Tax Refund

Find out how you could get a tax refund whilst working from home. How much can I get? Where these conditions are met, the employee can receive up to £6 per week from their employer without having to provide supporting evidence for the cost. The costs covered by these payments include the extra cost of:… Read more »

Get back on your bike!

Find out about the Government’s new “Fix Your Bike” initiative, which aims to get the country cycling!     What is it? The Government is handing out thousands of £50 vouchers for people to get their bikes fixed. The hope is that this will boost the retail sector and get cash flowing again, as well… Read more »

Tax Relief When Working From Home

HMRC allows some generous tax reliefs for both employees and the self employed who are working from home. If you are working from home, then you may be entitled to claim tax relief. This is restricted to the purchase of items “wholly, exclusively and necessarily” for work. This may include: The additional cost of gas… Read more »

Tax Allowances When working From Home

The amount you can claim when you work from home depends on several conditions.     The general tax rule is that deductions are only allowable where the expense has been incurred wholly and exclusively for work. This means that the tax relief can only be allowed for; The additional cost of gas and electricity… Read more »

New Credit Note Rules

New rules for credit notes came into effect in September 2019.     You are more likely to reduce the price of goods than increase them, for example if the goods are faulty. Credit notes can reduce the VAT accounted for on the original invoice. Since 1st September 2019 you can only reduce the output… Read more »

A Christmas gift from the VAT man

The corporation tax rules for clients gifts are well known, but what about the VAT rules?     The corporation tax rules for entertaining clients or giving them gifts say that the gifts have to: Advertise to the public (i.e. a free sample) or Cost under £50 and include an advert for the company.  … Read more »

Reduce the cost of borrowing from your company

A director can borrow £10,000 from their company interest free. However, there are strict anti-avoidance rules which mean that the company has to pay.     As the director shareholder of a company the net value of assets belongs to you, however, in law the company is a separate person. This means when you take… Read more »