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Cash basis, expenses and capital allowances

Online support for sole traders and partnerships
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If you’re not sure about business expenses, how to claim capital allowances or whether using cash basis is for you, the following live webinars can help.

You can ask questions during our live webinars using the on-screen text box.

Capital Allowances for the self-employed: For those using traditional accounting, we’ll show you how to claim for the longer life items you buy for your business such as vans, tools or machinery in this popular, live webinar.

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Cash basis for the self-employed: The cash basis scheme can make tax simpler for sole traders and business partnerships. Get a better understanding in this live webinar.

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Not joined a webinar (online presentation) before? This guide will tell you what you need to do.


Want to know more about business expenses? For help at a time that suits you, catch up with our series of recorded webinars on HMRC’s YouTube channel:

Part 1 – What are allowable business expenses?

Part 2 – Common business expenses

Part 3 – Simplified expenses

Part 4 – Taxable profits.


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