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Previously on "Questions about expenses [merged]"

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  • NotAllThere
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    Any further questions about expenses from ItRYmyBEst will be treated as trolling.

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  • TykeMerc
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    Oh look, yet another absurdly stupid question from this blatant troll.

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  • northernladuk
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    Originally posted by ItRYmyBEst View Post
    So I've gotten tired (
    Me too.. Of your trolling.

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  • TheCyclingProgrammer
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    The normal rules apply regardless of means of travel.

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  • stek
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    Originally posted by ItRYmyBEst View Post
    So I've gotten tired (I'm over 30) of 6 years of commuting on the trains and tube and am taking taxis in london most days to work at a cost of around £18 per trip (executive saloon).

    Will this pass as legitimate business travel expense?
    Pouffnik.

    I'm 55 and happy with bus.

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  • ItRYmyBEst
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    Taking taxis most days to work as expense.

    So I've gotten tired (I'm over 30) of 6 years of commuting on the trains and tube and am taking taxis in london most days to work at a cost of around £18 per trip (executive saloon).

    Will this pass as legitimate business travel expense?

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  • NotAllThere
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    You have a choice.

    1. Ask your stupid question of your accountant who knows your business and is able to give you an informed answer.
    2. Ask your stupid question of a bunch of people who are getting fed up of answering your brainfarts and are as likely to give you harmful advice as they are good advice.

    If the quality of your questions doesn't improve your account will be suspended on the grounds of trolling.

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  • NibblyPig
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    Ask your accountant, that is *literally* their job.

    You could class it as an expense, or as R&D, or you could payroll the freelancer.

    You *literally* pay an accountant for these sorts of questions. Go ask one.

    *slowly turns into NLUK*

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  • Scruff
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    'Cos he is a Gayer?

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  • stek
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    Originally posted by ItRYmyBEst View Post
    why Putin in a pride logo?
    It's called ironic wit.

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  • ItRYmyBEst
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    why Putin in a pride logo?

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  • ItRYmyBEst
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    I don't want to ask him simple things like this.

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  • stek
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    Have you asked your accountant at all?

    Or is he on holiday or rubbish or you don't trust him/her?

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  • ItRYmyBEst
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    Paying freelancer for new app as expense for my ltd company

    I am developing a new app using new technologies I've not used much and want to hire a person freelance. Can I expense this from my Ltd company? I would use this app as part of my company and get revenue from it there.

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  • NibblyPig
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    I moved my office into my kitchen and turned it into my home office with ensuite facilities.

    Now whenever I want a coffee, I just do 5 minutes of overtime. Same if I fancy a fry-up.

    The only thing more delicious than bacon is tax-deductible bacon.

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