Keeping you tax relevant
Although online content creation is relatively new, it has the potential to be high-earning, and equally high-demanding on your time and creativity. And with scope for endorsement and side hustles, you may have multiple income streams, which can make accounting quite complex. So, whether you’re building a following devoted to remote travel destinations, a DIY guru or a fashion blogger, let us take the legwork out of your accounts and taxes, leaving you free to unleash your best creative self.
What can content creators claim for?
Expenses are defined as being necessary for the operation of your business. Here are some examples of typical tax deductions available for online content creators:
If you are self-employed and work from home then we can advise you on household costs which can be offset including heating, using a room as an office and phone services.
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Contact us for confidential advice and a no-obligation review on any aspect of accounting for people working in the entertainment industry.
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