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As a photographer, you have a keen eye for spotting the finer details that are often overlooked, and accounting is certainly no exception. While the thought of paperwork may seem tedious, especially when your day-to-day activities are much more exciting, keeping on top of your finances is essential to ensure…

Running a successful e-commerce store is no easy feat. Once you’ve set up the multiple aspects of your business, it’s important to turn to the balancing of your finances. With all that juggling, carving time out to dig into your finances can be challenging, but failure to do so could…

Creating a viable product that one takes pride in is the dream of entrepreneurs and businesses both small and large. Every success story tells tales of the business strategies, allnighters and brainstorming sessions. With all this balancing, it can be hard to focus on what’s important, but one area you…

For some people, making a living as a musician or performer is a mere dream. If you’re lucky enough to turn your dream into a reality, keeping your paperwork in order from the get-go is essential to avoid headaches further on down the line. Filing your taxes is a far…

If you work in the construction industry in the UK on a self employed basis then you will need to complete a self assessment tax return form. This tax return needs to be submitted to HMRC by the 31st January after the end of the tax year. The CIS tax…

If you are a limited company director, HMRC needs to know both what you take as a salary and any dividends you receive. Or, in other words, your earnings from the limited company. To do this, you will need to complete an online self assessment tax return each year. SPECIALIST…

If you’re a landlord in the UK that rents out your property, you must declare this to HMRC. Even if you aren’t making a profit, or if you’re spending it all on improving your property, you do still need to tell the tax man each year. You’ll also need to…

If you are in a partnership then you will need to complete a partnership tax return. This tax return needs to be submitted to HMRC by the 31st January after the end of the tax year, and each partner in the partnership will also need to complete a self-assessment tax…

Setting up on your own can be an incredibly exciting time. Whether it’s full-time or a side hustle, being self-employed can open up a level of satisfaction, freedom and opportunity that you may never have thought was possible. If you’re self-employed and registered as a sole trader, you’ll need to…