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It’s long been a policy of ours that all employee expense claims (and directors’ expense claims) should be supported by receipts, proving that the relevant expenditure has taken place, and that the employee’s claim is for a legitimate business expense. That’s set out in our guide:
Claiming back expenses from your own Limited Company
We don’t need to see every receipt from Pret a Manger for £2.99 sandwiches, but we want the reassurance that you the client make a point of keeping your staff (and yourself) within the rules.
So, here is something …
In order to establish what is a business expense, first we need to know “what is a business”?
A business is “an activity which is earnestly pursued with the objective of making a profit” as set out in the case of Customs and Excise Commissioners v Lord Fisher 1981.
And so it follows that a business expense is a cost which is incurred in order to increase the chances of that activity making that desired profit. If the primary purpose of incurring an expense is not to help the business to make …
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Pretending you’re an employee again!
If you have ever been employed and had to submit expense claims, you will be familiar with this process. Now that you’re a director of your own limited company, you need to follow the same sort of process that regular employees have to follow. It’s done this way, because you are trying to keep corporate matters corporate and private matters private!
The best thing would be to get all your suppliers to bill the company directly, …