Detailed List of HMRC Allowable Business Expenses

Understand that you can’t simply ahead and subtract all your self-employed costs. HMRC has clear guidelines around what you can and can’t include, which is the reason the costs that you can incorporate into your computation are called ‘allowable expenses’.

Costs that can be claimed as allowable expenses include:

1:- Office expenses

2:- Business premises

3:- Vehicle Costs

4:- Travel

5:- Stock and materials

6:- Legal and financial costs

7:- Business insurance

8:- Marketing

9:- Uniform

10:- Staff costs

11:- Accountancy Fees

12:- Meal Allowances

13:- Pensions

14:- Charitable donations

When you complete your tax return form, you may get the alternative to give a solitary figure for your allowable expenses or to give a point by point breakdown. On the off chance that you enter a solitary figure, despite everything you have to work out every one of your costs precisely, and keep a record of your workings on the off chance that HMRC questions your figures.

You should keep receipts or other confirmations of your purchases. You don’t have to incorporate these with your tax return; however you may need to exhibit them in case you’re liable to a tax investigation.

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