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What expenses can I claim? What are the expense categories?

One essential way to achieve maximum tax efficiency is to claim all of the expenses to which you are entitled. Be careful to only claim legitimate items: according to HMRC, expenses must be “wholly and exclusively” for business use.

This is intended to be a comprehensive list of business expenses that can be claimed. However, expenses are a fantastically complicated area of accountancy, and HMRC rulings are numerous. Therefore, this list is not, and can never be exhaustive.

Please click any expense type to see how to record it in Crunch, and to obtain clarification about what exactly qualifies for this category.

Accountancy  Fixtures and fittings cost  Parties (Staff Entertainment) 
Advertising  Food & drink Paypal charges 
Air fares  Foreign exchange costs  Pension
Alternative finance payments  Fuel / petrol  Phone calls
Annual return fee  Health / medical check  Postage 
Bank charges  Health insurance Printing
Bicycles  Hire and rental charges  Professional fees
Business gifts  Hotels and bed & breakfasts  Travel & subsistence 
Business start-up  Insurance  Rates
Car hire  Internet  Repairs to equipment 
Charitable donations  Late tax payment penalties  Room Hire
Childcare vouchers  Leasing rental  Self Assessment fee 
Christmas gifts for staff Legal costs  Software
Cleaning  Magazines, books & journals Stationery 
Clothing Maintenance  Subcontractor costs
Computer consumables  Marketing costs  Taxi fares 
Computer equipment  Mileage Training costs
Computer purchases Motor vehicle expenses  Use of home as office
Conference expenses  Motor vehicle purchase Utilities 
Ebay charges  Office rental Web space 
Employer's liability insurance  Optical expenses  
Entertainment  Parking 
Last Updated: 05 Aug 2019 09:03AM BST
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