Tax and National Insurance

If you want to run a legitimate enterprise, you must pay tax. It's worth understanding your tax obligations before you start up to factor them in.

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Q&A: Producing invoices

If you've never produced an invoice before, how do you know what to include? Chartered accountant Elaine Clark answers key questions about invoices.

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Q&A: Tax for the self-employed

When you become self-employed you become responsible for your own tax and NI. You'll need to know what and how much tax to pay and when.

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Q&A: Tax returns

Chartered certified accountant Raphael Coman of Coman & Co answers some key questions about tax returns, including important deadlines.

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Choosing and using an accountant

Unless you happen to be an expert on tax and finance, you need an accountant who should always be able to save a start-up business time and money.

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Q&A: VAT registration

Kate Fisher explains the circumstances under which your business should be VAT registered, when you have to register and when you might choose to.

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Tax and National Insurance

A genuine tax expert should be able to save you much more in tax than the cost of the fees, as well as sparing you effort, time and stress. 


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Q&A: PAYE

If you have employees, you must operate a PAYE scheme. Chartered accountant Howard Hackney provides need-to-know answers to questions about PAYE.

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