Accounting for Bloggers: Working from home

Last week Georgi Rollings of Starfish Accounting offered tips on expenses and continuing the BritMums Accounting fro Bloggers series this week Georgi offers more tax advice on working from home… If you write your blog at home, which most of us do, you can also calculate a tax deduction for working from home. The easiest…

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Accounting for Bloggers: What expenses are tax deductible?

Last week in the BritMums Accounting for Bloggers series, Georgi Rollings of Starfish Accounting introduced the series with Blogging: Trade or Hobby? and today she shares tips on expenses… So you’ve decided that your blog is a trade, and you’ve registered with HM Revenue & Customs as self-employed.  You will have to pay tax on…

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Accounting for Bloggers: Trade or Hobby?

With a new financial year descending upon us it’s a perfect time to brush up on what you need to think about this year with regards to any money your make through your blogging. Here Georgi Rollings (right), the founder of Starfish Accounting, starts off a five part series on Accounting for Bloggers… Some people…

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Earning money from your Pinterest pins

There’s been lots of coverage of Pinterest’s use of affiliate links on user’s pins, with reaction veering from outrage to shoulder shrugs. But regular users can also use affiliate links, to earn commission on products they recommend. Affiliate links work like this: You sign up for a service such as Amazon.com Associates or Skimlinks, which…

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How to write a sponsored post

Writing a sponsored post means you’ve been offered something (usually a PayPal payment, but sometimes a voucher, product or experience) in exchange for writing a post with one or more anchor words or phrases included. These anchor words will have links to the brand’s website. The two main types of sponsored posts: Content without the…

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