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    #51
    Can I claim my lap dance trainer through expenses?

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      #52
      Originally posted by Jessica's fanny View Post
      You guys really make me laugh. LOL
      That is very nice to hear. Glad your knickers are in our reach

      Originally posted by Jessica's fanny View Post
      Okay, back to business, firstly I don't understand those numbers for.
      What else do you need a man for?!

      Originally posted by Jessica's fanny View Post
      Secondly is Fitbit is a better choice in the market right now? I saw some good deal on Jawbone UP24 Activity Tracker for only £45. Is it worthy going for? Cheers again.
      A user called MarillionFan exercises using those gadgets regularly. I think you are better off sending him a PM. Infact he wears a shagbit before going to bed every night.

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        #53
        No. IIRC You need to sell it to YourCo at full purchase price so you can claim the VAT back (assuming you have the receipt)

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          #54
          Can I claim my expenses through expenses

          I spend a lot of awful time thinking about the possibility of claiming expenses.
          Can I claim on this as a justifiable waste of someones time ??
          (\__/)
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          ("")("") Born to Drink. Forced to Work

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            #55
            Originally posted by Jessicafang View Post
            So I bought this laptop a year ago and now I've been using it for my contract work, such as book keeping, produce financial statement, job search, contacting agencies and more. Is it possible to claim the laptop at is net book value after taking 25% depreciation rate on the original price? Many thanks.
            Depends.

            Do you use the laptop at home to browse porn? If you do, then you cannot claim.

            HTH

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              #56
              Originally posted by FatLazyContractor View Post
              Depends.

              Do you use the laptop at home to browse porn? If you do, then you cannot claim.

              HTH
              Unless browsing porn at home is your job.

              I expensed a laptop (and reclaimed the VAT) I bought a couple of months before I created the company, which my accountant said was okay. Maybe a year is stretching it a bit.
              Will work inside IR35. Or for food.

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                #57
                Originally posted by EternalOptimist View Post
                I spend a lot of awful time thinking about the possibility of claiming expenses.
                Can I claim on this as a justifiable waste of someones time ??
                Who's that peaking over Catwezals shoulder?
                Is it Pinky?
                I'm sorry, but I'll make no apologies for this

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                  #58
                  Originally posted by VectraMan View Post
                  Unless browsing porn at home is your job.

                  I expensed a laptop (and reclaimed the VAT) I bought a couple of months before I created the company, which my accountant said was okay. Maybe a year is stretching it a bit.
                  My memory (from 1994) is that there's no time limit specified in The VAT Guide. Only stipulation was you had to reimburse the full purchase price of the PC. I'd check the VAT Guide but ICBA.

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                    #59
                    Originally posted by Pogle View Post
                    Who's that peaking over Catwezals shoulder?
                    Is it Pinky?
                    Lunch!
                    "If you didn't do anything that wasn't good for you it would be a very dull life. What are you gonna do? Everything that is pleasant in life is dangerous."

                    I want to see the hand of history on his collar.

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                      #60
                      Can I claim my toilet breaks as expenses?

                      How much can I invoice for?

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