One of the most popular and utilised expenses that Contractors running Limited Companies claim for is mileage. The basic rule being that mileage can be claimed back when you are travelling to and from a temporary place of work.
Payments on Account crop up and are calculated within one’s Self Assessment (otherwise known as a Personal Tax Return). Payments on Account are advanced payments towards your personal tax liability for the following tax year and at times, Directors of Limited Companies are required to make these payments.
A Self-assessment form ultimately details the calculation of one’s own taxable liability, otherwise known as a Personal Tax Return. If you are a company director you are required by law to complete and submit a self-assessment annually to HMRC stating your income, capital gains and any tax allowances or reliefs, i.e. expenses.