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The amount being spent on Advertising & Promotion.
The amount being spent on telecommunications.
The amount being spent on financing.
The amount being spent on vehicles and any necessary equipment required.
The amount being spent on any necessary insurances.
The amount being spent on any necessary office supplies.
The amount being spent on altering the business premises.
The amount being spent on any necessary professional fees.
The amount being spent on any product development.
The amount being spent on establishing stock.
The amount being spent on renting a business premise.
The amount being spent on developing a website.
The amount being spent on other costs not categorised above.
The amount being placed aside for unexpected costs.
The amount already available to start the business.
Note: These calculations are only for illustrative purposes and are not a substitute for professional advice. The NI calculation is annualised and therefore due to the change in the employee rate during the year, the amount is only an indication.
01 Mar 2024
HMRC's tough approach to enforcing the IR35 rules is having a 'chilling effect' on legitimate economic activity, warns the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed (IPSE).
29 Feb 2024
Reports have suggested that Chancellor Jeremy Hunt is considering cutting national insurance in the Spring Budget on Wednesday 6 March.
28 Feb 2024
HMRC has revealed that March is the most popular month for Marriage Allowance applications, with almost 70,000 couples applying in the third month of 2023.
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