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There are many types of expenditure you will incur whilst running a limited company, however which expenses can you legitimately claim against your company’s tax
Running your own small company can be the most rewarding experience for many – but there are risks involved, and many small businesses fail within
The Intermediaries Legislation (IR35) has been a thorn in the side of limited companies who provide professional services since 2000. Here, we look at what IR35 is, and how to ensure that your company falls outside its scope.
If you love the idea of running your own gardening business but don’t know how or where to start, our straightforward guide tells you all you need to know.
As the well-known saying puts it, the only two certainties in life are death and taxes, which is definitely where inheritance tax (IHT) comes in. But what exactly is IHT, and is there anything you can do to mitigate the effects of this on an estate?
As a start-up, it’s crucial that you have a plan to connect with your target audience. And nowadays it’s all about how you do this online, or even on your mobile.
Going self-employed as a sole trader, or setting up your own limited company are the two most popular ways to start up a new business. However, there are significant differences between these two types of business structure which you can compare here.
If you own or work for a small limited company you can get life insurance cover without having to pay over the odds while also benefitting from tax relief. This is where relevant life insurance comes in.
One rule that is highly relevant to a limited company contractors in particular is the 24-month travel expenses rule. At a glance, it all seems pretty straightforward but when it comes to HMRC and allowable expenses, nothing is ever quite that simple.