Self employed cashbook and tax calculation template 2017/8
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Self employed cashbook and tax calculation template 2017/8
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LINK TO TEMPLATE FOR TAX YEAR 2018/9:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Dss3meFoBT8Dx5ogcUAsyAewy1Da7gaJ_j97ZguVVWc/edit?usp=sharing
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To use this spreadsheet, you must download and save it first.
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You cannot edit this online version as I have locked access to stop people accidentally altering it or uploading personal information.
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Please do not send me requests for access - you are free to download it.
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I've added a bit onto the calculation for complicated people like me who have some of their earnings through employment and therefore might already pay some tax through PAYE.
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Feedback is very welcome as I'd like this to be as useful as possible - I've tried to keep it simple and also generic so that people can adapt it to their particular needs.
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However, please note that I am a producer, not accountant so I can't answer specific questions about your own tax return - sorry!
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There are lots of places to get help and guidance:
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There is general guidance here:
https://www.gov.uk/expenses-if-youre-self-employed
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If you're in BECTU, you can access more detailed & specific guidance here:
https://www.bectu.org.uk/advice-resources/tax-guide
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Guidance on what you can claim as capital items:
https://www.gov.uk/capital-allowances
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If you're in Equity, there's info in their members only section:
https://www.equity.org.uk/members-area/
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The Musicians Union has this very helpful guide to the sort of expenses you can claim on their website:
https://www.musiciansunion.org.uk/Home/Advice/Your-Career/Tax/Claiming-Expenses
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If you're not in a union, join one - you get dead cheap public liability insurance and loads of other benefits
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Don't be scared of HMRC - they've always been helpful when I've had to ring them and their online guidance is quite clear and comprehensive:
https://www.gov.uk/working-for-yourself
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This spreadsheet is free to use, but if you'd like to do something nice in return, please consider making a donation to these people:
https://www.justgiving.com/sifafireside
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