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If you’re self-employed and working in the film industry, you might be entitled to pay less Corporation Tax via Film Tax Relief (FTR).
In the March Budget of 2015, then-chancellor George Osborne looked to attract more blockbuster productions to the UK by announcing an increase in the rate of Film Tax Relief to 25% for all qualifying productions.
Regardless of budget, your company will be entitled to claim Film Tax Relief on a project if:
The advice in this blog is for guidance purposes only. Due to the complex nature of the criteria, it is highly recommended that you speak to your accountant before assuming your project qualifies.
We’re fast approaching the end of the tax year on 5th April, and now is usually a good time to get to grips with any tax changes, so you can maximise your tax efficiency for the outgoing tax year and get your business prepared for the new tax year. You’ll also want to stay up-to-date with the rates and thresholds.
Business mileage is an important – but often overlooked – expense for freelancers and contractors. In short, this is good news for you and your company.