Expenses

Car Hire (Expense Type)

Record in Crunch as Travel and Subsistence > Public transport and Taxis or General Administrative Expenses > Hire of Equipment See the full list of expenses that can be claimed

Christmas gifts for staff (Expense Type)

The rules as to whether the gift is considered to be a taxable benefit in kind depend on what the gift is. As such, our general advice is not to give gifts to staff through your company. If you provide gifts to employees you should be careful not to exceed an annual amount of £50 per person. If you...

Cleaning (Expense Type)

Only the cost of cleaning business premises can be claimed, not cleaning of your home. Record in Crunch as Premises Costs > Cleaning See the full list of expenses that can be claimed

Computer Consumables (Expense Type)

This category is for items such as ink cartridges, USB cables and power adaptors. Record in Crunch as General Administrative Expenses > Computer Consumables See the full list of expenses that can be claimed

Computer Equipment (Expense Type)

If the cost of the expense is substantial (perhaps as a guide anything over £100), record as Fixed Assets> Equipment Costs If the expense is a smaller item, such as ink cartridges, leads, plugs, record as General Administrative Expenses> Computer Consumables See the ...

Computer Purchase (Expense Type)

Record in Crunch as Fixed Assets > Equipment Costs See the full list of expenses that can be claimed

Conference Expenses (Expense Type)

Record in Crunch as Employee Costs > Staff Training or General Administrative Expenses > Professional Subscriptions See the full list of expenses that can be claimed

Ebay charges (Expense Type)

Record in Crunch as Cost of Sales > Other Direct Costs See the full list of expenses that can be claimed

Employer's Liability Insurance (Expense Type)

Record in Crunch as General Administrative Expenses > Employer's Liability Insurance See the full list of expenses that can be claimed

Entertainment (Expense Type)

To meet the criteria for business entertainment, the expense must have been: Not provided to an employee of the business (record this here instead) Provided free of charge to the recipient A legitimate expense for the business (e.g. entertaining clients) Expenses that are consi...

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