LocationPro Active Resolutions
25-39 St Nicholas Place
Freelancers and creative businesses will typically have to be part of HMRC’s self assessment tax regime, which will require the completion and submission of a tax return. Learn to do it the right way.
Mahmood is the owner manager of Pro Active Resolutions, a business service organisation that provides accounting, training and management development and support services to the creative, not-for-profit and commercial sectors.
Mahmood has delivered a number of finance, business and management based seminars and courses to creative businesses over a number of years, these include:
- Arts and Business
- Creative Leicestershire
- Arts Council England
- UK Theatre
- The Clore Leadership Programme
In addition to his current client portfolio which includes a number of creative businesses, Mahmood also writes occasional articles on financial and business matters for Arts Professional, a leading national Arts magazine
Freelancers and creative businesses will typically have to be part of HMRC’s self assessment tax regime, which will require the completion and submission of a tax return.
This may have to be completed, even if no tax is actually due. This can be a stressful time, and a significant number of people will delay and out it off until the last minute.
What This Workshop Will Cover
- Who needs to complete a tax return
- What we can claim for
- Key dates and required payments
- What is needed from a taxpayer
- Avoiding costly mistakes
Learning Aspirations – We Hope You Will:
Be aware of the main deductions and claims for a creative business
Understand the key dates and how tax is calculated
Appreciate how to avoid common errors when completing a tax return ©
The approach is a practical and participative one using a mixture of direct presentation, discussion and examples.
For more information, please contact: email@example.com