Member Since: 20th Apr 2010
Amy Taylor BSc (Hons), ACA, is a chartered accountant who qualified with first time exam passes in 1998. She set up her own practice in 2008 and provides dedicated tax planning and accounting advice to Mums in Business across the UK. She offers book-keeping, accounts, tax, self-assessment, payroll and VAT services, as well as specific tax advice to help her clients save tax through legitimate planning opportunities. Her previous work experience includes auditing and forensic accounting for Big 4 accountant, Deloitte, as well as internal audit and analysis roles for FTSE 350 media company, United Business Media. Amy loves working with Mums in Business, all of whom appreciate her personal approach and attention to detail. She is Resident Finance Expert for “Mums the Boss” and provides regular tax tips to her clients and followers on Twitter.
13th Jul 2015
Ooops - I meant 5th April 2014!! Now corrected in my post.
7th Feb 2012
I do not have an official office, but sometimes clients come to my house for meetings. I suppose I need to be covered in case I spill tea on them or something?
26th May 2010
He is also claiming for a suit from Next as he is not a "suit person". What would HMRC make of that?!!
14th May 2010
Probably can't claim anything for summerhouse...?
Thanks very much everyone for your help. I understand the claims around usual running costs for working from home, and capital allowances around plant in any conversion of property to business use. However, I suppose the summerhouse would be more along the lines of categorisation as buildings and perhaps only any plant element of the summerhouse would be eligible for capital allowances?