Claiming your expenses is the easiest way to pay less self-employment tax. But which ones can you put on your tax returns? And how do some people seem to claim so much more than others? In this section you’ll find out all the basics you need to know when it comes to claiming business expenses so you’ll have peace of mind you’ve put everything you can on your self-assessment tax return.
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How to Claim Business Expenses
Get to know the basics about what expenses you can claim as an allowable business expense and which ones are disallowable.
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