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Archive for the ‘Business Expenses’ Category

Reimbursement of Business Mileage (Company Car Users)

HM Revenue & Customs now change, on a quarterly basis, the rates at which business mileage allowances may be paid for cars provided by an employer, but where all fuel is paid for by the directors/employees personally. The rates are designed to reflect changes in petrol/diesel costs and those applicable from 1 March 2013 are[…] Read more »

Is the Christmas Party tax deductible?

It’s that time of year again when people start thinking of Christmas Parties. So what can you actually claim as a ‘business expense’? Employees only Unfortunately, you have to be an employee in order for the Christmas party to be tax deductible. Therefore, this excludes sole traders, partners in a partnership, sub-contractors, clients or suppliers.[…] Read more »

Food and Drink / Subsistence & Entertainment

I’m sure you know how it goes: You’re out and about on business, you grab a quick morning coffee and why not a pastry at the same time to keep you going until lunch time. You then meet a client to discuss some business over a lunch in a bar. As they have just given[…] Read more »