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A contractor needs to make clear it’s the 5-device coverage that’s ‘wholly’ necessary; not the add-ons.

It’s the 'wholly and exclusively' test that matters, whether you’re using the CJRS or not.

‘Agree to the purchases for a peaceful lockdown – just don’t put them on your PSC unless you want to hear from HMRC.’

It’s got to be all business (not personal), if you put a résumé and profile on your company.

How a dinner-accommodation package priced at almost £300 is still tax deductible.

'Engineering a contract around the rules won’t impress HMRC.'

Expert helps a contractor wanting a tax deduction on formal wear and food.

One IT contractor's current and future arrangements are ripe for reimbursements.

Expenses aid for a would-be contractor feeling stung by the travel costs of a new opportunity.

Light or reliant? The level of internet usage is a key to knowing if you can claim.

Top tips for a contractor hoping to get back what his company forked out.

Top tips for a PSC planted in South Africa finding it fruitless contacting HMRC.

A contractor cautious about HMRC can include the computer’s full cost, not just half of it.

'It's not what it says on the tin that makes it allowable or not; it's how you use it.'

SDC, not his wife, seems to be the main issue for a contractor inbound from South Africa.

Top tips on claiming from HMRC, for an on-the-road contractor on a bundled rate.

Only a few options, including the unspeakable, for an ex-PSC at a local authority that's not local.

Tax expert steps in to address a property-developing 'Ltd,' in dispute with his accountant.

Tax directions for an on-the-road contractor, wanting a green light to claim petrol costs.

Expenses aid for a PSC hoping to ease the pain of mouth and eyecare.

The taxman's clear intentions haven't translated into clarity for one confused contractor.

Tax advice for an efficiency-conscious PSC, who's eyeing her boyfriend's employer-provided medical cover.

Tax expert gently reminds a PSC contractor that he is an employee, albeit of his own company.

Three factors determine if accommodation closer to the client looks claimable.

A trio of considerations face one IT contractor, just so he can claim for necessary travel.