Accountants for OnlyFans Creators
OnlyFans has surged in popularity over the last couple of years, and has allowed many people to make a highly profitable and sustainable living from the comfort of their own homes.
If you’re lucky enough to be one of these people, it’s important to recognise that this is a form of taxable income. This means that you will have to register as self-employed and submit a yearly self-assessment tax return.
Filing your paperwork and staying on top of your taxes may sound pretty boring in comparison to your usual day to day activities, so why not let us work out the kinks?
Why Use Dead Simple Accounting
Dealing with finances is no easy feat considering the amount of paperwork and legalities involved. Dead Simple Accounting leaves you to take care of your business, while we take care of the boring stuff.
We work with lots of influencers and content creators, and know the challenges they may face, as well as all the possible expenses you could claim. We can guide you through the entire process, from registering as self-employed to completing your self-assessment and filing them with HMRC.
We also offer services that help to forecast any risks that stand in the way of your goals.
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What Expenses can OnlyFans Creators Claim?
Claiming expenses at the end of the year is an important aspect of accounting for OnlyFans creators as it enables you to cover up a lot of your costs. The key lies in being able to accurately produce receipts as proof of your spending solely for your business. Our qualified team of accountants can guide you through the different expenses that you can include on your tax return to save on payments. The following are expenses that an OnlyFans creator may claim:
- Gym membership
- Lighting & accessories
- Beauty products & treatments
- A portion of your rent and utility bills if you film/create at home
- Dry cleaning
- Photography equipment
- Office supplies
- Mobile phone and bills
- Laptops & Computers
- And more
Generally speaking, if something is solely for business use then it’s likely it can be claimed as an expense. It’s important that you keep on top of your paperwork, so ensure you save all receipts and invoices and snap a picture of them as a backup.
These days there’s an abundance of tools and resources at your disposal, software that handles your invoices and expenses, to mobile based banks that cut the boring paperwork.
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