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How do I go about paying tax/NI.?

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rubyrubyruby Thu 08-Nov-12 23:23:40

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cat Wed 07-Nov-12 22:50:40

Are you coming to the crimbo meetup rubes?

rubyrubyruby Sat 03-Nov-12 10:15:59

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catinwitchyboots Thu 01-Nov-12 23:23:29

A real life person on your first call!? shock

<faints>

Well done grin x

rubyrubyruby Thu 01-Nov-12 23:14:41

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catinwitchyboots Thu 01-Nov-12 23:05:27

Hey! Hi five!

Did you get into the HMRC gateway straightaway or have you got to wait for a password in the post?

DH was up and running online within a week.

You deserve a wine

grin x

rubyrubyruby Thu 01-Nov-12 23:02:46

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catinwitchyboots Thu 01-Nov-12 08:20:56

It depends what your job is lonecat

And of you get the right advice from a good accountant

rubyrubyruby Thu 01-Nov-12 07:53:44

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rubyrubyruby Thu 01-Nov-12 07:52:56

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Lonecatwithkitten Thu 01-Nov-12 07:47:17

Ahh posted too soon.
Other clothes do not and haircuts most certainly are not a business expense. You will be able to put certain household expenses down if you work from home,

Lonecatwithkitten Thu 01-Nov-12 07:46:03

Haircuts and clothes against tax oh I wish it was possible. Only genuine business expenses only uniform falls into this category other cl

rubyrubyruby Wed 31-Oct-12 23:24:17

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catinwitchyboots Wed 31-Oct-12 23:19:59

I will chase you up wink

Have you been self emp before??

If so you probably know the drill already. If not - keep EVERY SINGLE receipt for every penny you spend.

Clothes
Haircuts
Phone bills
Inner tyres wink
Fuel

You can offset it all against your tax and it makes a huge difference at the end of the year.

You can also offset a % of home electricity, postage, printing, Internet MN bills.

There's a website that lets you work out what is viable to put through the business. I'll find it tomorrow when I'm on the PC.

rubyrubyruby Wed 31-Oct-12 23:13:57

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catinwitchyboots Wed 31-Oct-12 23:11:08

You can pay your NI the same way

I think it's HMRC.gov.uk

X

catinwitchyboots Wed 31-Oct-12 23:10:03

Go on the HMRC website - you have to register a self employed and do tax returns - frequency depends on if you employ anyone else or not.

It's all very confused to start but when you go in regularly and put in all your expenses etc it's quite straightforward and you can see what you owe/are owed at the click of a button

rubyrubyruby Wed 31-Oct-12 23:07:26

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