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No matter what you do in your freelance writing career, you’ll have to face the tax
monster man, right? And it looks pretty complicated, especially if you’re not a big fan of mathematics.
Chris Peden (a CPA and freelance writer) wrote a very helpful post last year about how to keep your financial records for U.S. taxation as a freelance blogger. But I know there are plenty of bloggers in the UK who need to know what’s required of them, too. So I’ve interviewed a UK taxation expert to give us the info we need. 🙂
Rosie Slosek founded One Man Band Accounting to provide tax return help for solopreneurs who want to do their own tax return, and support and coaching for one man band limited companies who want to understand what their legal obligations are.
She talks plain English, explains the jargon you need to know (tax-deductible, anyone?), and she’s always on your side. She also has a great sense of humour, and promotes the use of cake and other incentives to meet your tax and accounting obligations.
Here are Rosie’s top tips for UK freelancers to handle your taxes with confidence and grace (and cake). [Read more…]