Ask an accountant UK: Tax relief for the self-employed, Making Tax Digital, and more

In this instalment of Ask an Accountant, we hop across the pond to talk tax preparation for the self employed in the UK with accountant Nikhil Oza from RDP Newmans.

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Financial planning for the self-employed

Being self-employed is rewarding, but with complex finances and uneven cash flow, it can also be turbulent. Find out how a good financial plan can help you succeed in this guest blog by Planswell.

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Separating business and personal finances for the self-employed

When you own your own business, it can be a thin line between your personal life and your work. In this blog, Certified Financial Planner, Shay Steacy, shares her advice for separating personal and business expenses for the self-employed.

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Credit card tips for the self-employed

A credit card can help with everything from rewards to managing cashflow. But only if you do it right. In this guest blog, Ratehub.ca shares their advice on credit cards for the self employed.

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5 tax deductions that self-employed professionals forget

If you’re not maximizing your tax claims, then you’re basically throwing away money. Don’t throw away money. To help, we asked personal finance blogger, Barry Choi, to share the tax claims that surprised him when he started freelancing.

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The myths and facts about receipt management

There are a lot of misconceptions about receipt management and tax preparation, especially when it comes to the self-employed! Read more to learn the truth about the top receipt myths.

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Making Tax Digital: Getting in the habit of digital receipt management

Between the buzz of GDPR, Open Banking, and PSD2, it’s easy to lose track of yet another regulatory change, but HMRC’s Making Tax Digital is poised to radically change tax season for people and businesses across the UK. While Making Tax Digital should streamline the reporting process and eliminate the stress of annual tax seasons…

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