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SELF EMPLOYED HOW TO GET A TAX REFUND. AVOID THE PITFALLS

Posted by taxback on  February 8, 2024
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SELF EMPLOYED HOW TO GET A TAX REFUND Claim Now | claim tax back. (selfemployedtaxback.com) Think you’ve paid too much tax? You could be entitled to a self-employed tax refund just like regular employees – but the process for claiming the money back can be different if you run your own business. If you’ve made a mistake on your tax return, or if you think you’ve overpaid, read our guide on how to claim a
Claim CIS tax refund Claim Now | claim tax back. (selfemployedtaxback.com) Do you work in the construction industry? Almost 1/3 of UK construction workers pay too much tax. That means an estimated £80 million is lost each year. If you feel you’ve overpaid tax, it is time to take back what you’re owed. You can claim a CIS Tax Refund if, for the last four years, you have worked at 2 or more construction sites
AVERAGE CIS TAX REBATE Construction worker? A quick guide to CIS for UK Tradespeople For all of you self-employed workers in the construction industry it’s well worth brushing up your knowledge around the Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) tax rules. In a nutshell what this means is that under CIS the contractor that has hired them must legally be withholding tax on their behalf before the self-employed individual is paid. Many self-employed workers in the sector
INTRODUCTION Over recent months we have received quite a few queries from both existing tax rebate related clients, and also simply members of the general public looking for some guidance regarding their tax returns, all of whom seem to be wanting to know the most basic of facts. How much tax am I going to pay? So, without further ado, we here at www.selfemployedtaxback.com thought we would write a quick news post to hopefully lay

register as self employed - guidance

Posted by taxback on  December 10, 2023
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INTRODUCTION If you begin to work as a self employed individual it is imperative that you inform HMRC and register as self employed. From the point that you begin working as self employed be aware that there is a time limit that you must stay within to register as self employed. That limit is three months. If you register as self employed after the three month limit then you may incur a penalty from HMRC
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