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Business Gifts (Expense Type)

To be a gift the item must fall into one of the following categories:

  1. The gift is something that the business makes or sells. This can include food, alcohol, fuel or tobacco.
  2. The gift contains an advertisement for the business. This cannot be food, drink, fuel or tobacco. The gift must not exceed an annual amount of £50 per recipient (if it does you will have to pay the VAT to HMRC).

If the gift doesn’t meet these criteria then it should be recorded as business entertaining, and is not tax-deductible. You also wouldn’t be able to reclaim any input VAT you paid on the cost of buying this non-tax-deductible gift. There might also be VAT to pay on the gifts!

Record in Crunch as Promotion and entertainment > Gifts

See the full list of expenses that can be claimed

Last Updated: 14 Sep 2015 10:32AM BST

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