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What is a National Insurance Number and Where to Find it

A National Insurance Number is a unique reference number give to each individual in the UK to track their National Insurance Contributions. Here's everything you need to know about it, why you have one and how to find it - even if you have lost it!

What is Tax Planning and What’s it Objective?

What is Tax Planning? Tax Planning refers to the analysis of the fiscal situation from a tax viewpoint. The sole purpose of tax planning...

Tax Tip for the Self Employed: 3 Top Tips for Landlords

Tax rules have always changed, but never have they changed so much than they have for landlords recently.  Here are 3 top tax tips...

Tax Tip for the Self Employed: Claiming Home Office Expenses

If you are self employed and work from home, then there are two methods you can choose from to claim for the cost of...

Tax Tip for the Self Employed: Budgeting for Your Tax Bill

When you're self employed everything you are paid will be untaxed and it is your responsibility to work out how much tax...

Tax Tip for the Self Employed: Tax Losses & Class 4...

When it comes to working out your tax and national insurance when you are self employed, it is important to appreciate that the calculation...

Tax Tip for the Self Employed: The Strategic Use of Tax...

Making a loss in business is perfectly normal however if you are self employed it can be worrying. Will anyone see it? What will...

Tax Tip for the Self Employed: Annual Investment Allowance

When you are self employed you are responsible for buying all the tools and equipment you need to run your business.  If you have...