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What limited company expenses can I claim for? post image

There is a range of expenses you can claim for whilst running your business. You will incur a wide number of limited company expenses during the course of your work, ranging from printing and postage costs to purchasing computer equipment.
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Readers question: I want to open a cleaning company and hire a few people. I am finding it difficult to decide what is the best business structure for me, a limited company or a sole trader? Which would be the best, in terms of tax?

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We look at the tax treatment of entertaining clients and employees – including the rules governing staff parties and taking potential clients out for lunch.
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Readers Question: I was wondering how do I record refunds that I give to clients for services not received in my accounts. Should I amend the invoice or does it go on my expenses side?

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As a limited company owner, what health-related costs (such as medical insurance, eye tests, gym memberships and private health checks) are allowable expenses for tax purposes against your company?
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You are bound to incur a variety of travel-related costs as a limited company owner. Most of these costs can be paid by or claimed back from, your company.
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In this brief article, we look at how professional fees, such as accountancy and legal expenses are treated for tax purposes.
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