Public Liability insurance and self assessment

(4 Posts)
mrs2cats Mon 14-Jan-13 13:22:18

I'm a self employed languages tutor and just filling in my first self assessment as a self employed person.

I run sessions in community halls as well as after school clubs and I have public liability insurance as well as professional indemnity insurance.

Just wondering whether public liability insurance is an allowable expense and which box it goes in. I can see that a professional indemnity insurance premium seems to be allowed under Accountancy, legal and other professional fees of Business Expenses but I can't see anything that refers to public liability insurance.

TIA

MrAnchovy Mon 14-Jan-13 13:38:20

Yes of course it is. You don't have to analyse your allowable expenses if your turnover is less than £72,000, just put in the total.

mrs2cats Mon 14-Jan-13 13:49:05

Thanks for confirming that MrAnchovy.

Yes, I was wondering about just putting in the total but I do like filling in boxes grin. However, I think I'm just making it harder for myself and I'll do the total.

Debbie756 Fri 18-Jan-13 10:37:27

Hi TIA,

Sorry to hi-jack your thread but saw the subject and just wanted to ask where you get your Public Liability Insurance from?

I'm a Private Tutor (Maths) currently searching around for a quote and found a decent looking price of £55 for the year for £1million cover but its from a broker I've not heard of before.

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