Digital / Creative Freelance Possible Nightmare: Self Assessment (Kendal)
Tuesday, 23 September 2014 from 15:00 to 18:00 (BST)
Kendal, United Kingdom
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Digital & Creative Rural Growth Network (Part of the Cumbria Business Growth Hub
Digital Matters Event: Digital / Creative Freelance Possible Nightmare: Self Assessment
How many of us freelancers dread the Self Assessment documents landing on our door steps ? The job that we too often put off until the last minute....can we get the paper work done before the last postal date!
This event has been designed to assist you, as a freelance / small agency working in the digital, creative and or ICT sector. It has been designed to talk you through the process of putting together your materials and then completing that tax form. It should also help you consider and set up processes that prevent you from experiencing the previous year’s nightmares.
Moreover, are we able to maximise our potential in claiming the full entitlements. This workshop should enable you to consider what you are able to claim for? You should be able to consider the computer equipment, rooms at the back of the house, the suite for appointments or covering the true cost of the running the car.
This event has been put together by Grant Smith Armstrong Watson who is a specialist accountant working for businesses in the digital, creative and ICT sector. The focus of the event should enable you to benefit from their experience and hits....even through you might not consider your business big enough to benefit and need such professional services. They are willing to assist without the heavy sales pitch......enabling you to spend time consider who to grow your business rather than worrying about last year’s tax activities.
Please remember that your paper self assessment must be submitted to http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/sa/self-emp-part.htm and arrive before Friday 31st October 2014
When & Where
Wired Cumbria has been commissioned to assist Digital & Creative, ICT businesses in Cumbria as part of the activities of the Cumbria Digital & Creative Rural Growth Network. The Digital & Creative Rural Growth Network (Cumbria RGN) is part of the Cumbria Business Growth Hub. The Cumbria RGN pilot is a Cumbria LEP project, managed by Cumbria County Council & Cumbria Chamber of Commerce. The project is primarily funded through ERDF and DEFRA.
Wired Cumbria collaborating with Creative Cumbria, Ulverston Business Centre and other organisations is working to provide networking events & seminars that are relevant to the Digital, Creative and ICT (DCICT) sector.