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Larac wrote: »
Would agree the tax man is likely to take a dim view, if you take jobs which are not profitable. A lot of these jobs are only worth doing if you can get a circuit up.
MO2 wrote: »
Has anyone done a job for this MS Company recently. I used to do stationary shops for them, but have not heard from them for over a year now. Are they still in business?? :huh:
vinh1000 wrote: »
Just need some quick advice
Already have a job and decided to do this MS for some extra income with MF and SL.
Did read the tax guide and its a bit daunting to me.
Have sent a email to HMRC to register for self employed but how do I work out how much taxable income I am doing from MS?
Most of the jobs I do are on MF and the mileage I dont take account off as im in that area anyway or its very close to me (3-5 miles) - do I need to take account of mileage or do I just claim back the fees they pay me? (ie not the reimbursement costs)
Money_maker wrote: »
I think you would need to show the £9.75 coming in then going out, that explains where the reimbursement goes to rather than just showing a fee.
Edited to say, coming in as a reimbursement but showing as part of the expenses so cancelling each other out.
mamashaz wrote: »
I have to disagree with this as I was told by the HMRC that the whole payment, i.e. fee + reimbursement, is taxable as you have benefited from the meal.
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