The accounting records you need to keep to satisfy the tax authorities
Legally you have to keep records for your business and for any other income you get. This is so you can fill in your tax return and show the figures are right. You'll need to keep at least invoices for sales and purchases, receipts for business expenses and bank records.
This article focuses on the accounting records to satisfy the tax authorities.
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Often it’s simplest (and cheapest) to ask HMRC in person. They are helpful in general and provided you insist on a written answer, will furnish you with the right answer. Contrary to popular belief they are not there to rob you, rather to see that the law is carried out. Their advice, unlike an accountant’s, is also free.