As part of HMRC’s Making Tax Digital, self-employed people operating as sole traders will soon be required to complete four tax submissions per year instead of one.
The desktop version of our mobile app is now live! Coconut Web gives you access to the transaction history of any bank accounts you’ve linked up to Coconut, and allows you to complete your key bookkeeping tasks, all within your browser. Give it a try now!
We want to help you protect yourself against Covid-19 fraud. Here’s what you need to be aware of and what to watch out for.
The SEISS has been extended until September, and there has been one significant change for the better. The grant has been extended to ~600,000 people who were previously excluded by including those who filed a 2019/20 Self-Assessment tax return by midnight 2nd March.
Covid-19 support for self-employed people: Bounce Back Loans. And we've teamed up with Swoop to help you navigate the application process.
The new prime minister is here. Brexit is on the way. But what does it all really mean for self-employed business owners?
We take a look at the pros and cons of being a sole trader or a limited company so you can work out what's best for you and your business.
Read this short article on how to save your self-employed business time and money by separating your business expenses from your personal expenses.
Time for your annual tax return for HMRC? We’ve created a list of the top five business expenses most commonly overlooked.
Elaine Clark is the founder of Cheapaccounting.co.uk and all-round self-employed and small business accounting specialist. She gives her top tips on how to keep your accounting costs low.
When is it okay for a freelancer not to submit a tax return? Is a wasp a good excuse? Are HMRC heretics? Find out in this instalment of the Coconut blog.
Freelancers lack the support structure to guide us through the complexity of retirement saving. This article takes the mystery out of sole-trader pensions.
Looking for help with the app? Get advice and answers from the Coconut Team.
Join our community forum to share ideas, feedback, ask questions and meet fellow sole traders.
Got a problem or question for the team? Here are the best ways to get in touch.