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But don’t panic, we’re going to tell you how to stay on HMRC’s good side. In the meantime, keep those prices premium!
If there’s one thing that we can take away from these stats, it’s that OnlyFans is as popular as ever – which means a lot of you will need to file a tax return. And of course, we’ve got you covered!
If you earn more than £1,000 of untaxed income during a tax year, you’ll have to file a tax return.
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Entering uncharted territory can be stressful for the best of us. 🥴 So, let’s keep it simple.
There’s only three steps to register:
Now, you’re ready to start your Self Assessment. If you want to work smarter, not harder, hand your UTR number over to your TaxScouts accountant, and you’re done!
Kick off your shoes, sit back and relax.
Doesn’t seem too stressful, right?
But, sometimes it doesn’t matter how easy it is, some of you just simply don’t have the time to file a Self Assessment.
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We know OnlyFans can be a lucrative business. So, if you’re a high earner, listen up.👂
The main tax implication of earning over £100K is that you start losing your Personal Allowance. 😥
The Personal Allowance, £12,570, is the amount of tax-free income everyone in the UK is entitled to receive each year.
If you earn over £100,000 per year, your Personal Allowance is reduced by £1 for every £2 over £100,000. 📉
You can find out how much £100,000 is after tax here.
|Up to £12,570||0%||Personal allowance|
|£12,571 to £50,270||20%||Basic rate|
|£50,271 to £125,140||40%||Higher rate|
|over £125,141||45%||Additional rate|
If you’re still unsure, take a look here, for more information on UK tax bands.
We’ve got a few tips and tricks to help you become more tax-efficient. 😉
We know what you’re thinking. And, the answer is no, it’s not the same as tax evasion.
Tax efficiency is when a person or business lawfully pays the least tax possible.
Here’s a few things you can do:
Take a look at this article for more ways to be tax efficient when you earn over £100,000.
But remember, anyone earning over £1,000 of untaxed income will need to file a tax return, and after £12,570 you’ll have to pay taxes!
It’s the question on all self-employed minds. 🤔
In short, yes.
Expenses are costs incurred in relation to your business. So, most things can be expensed, as long as they are ‘wholly and exclusively… for the purpose of trade.’
Here’s a few examples:
|Expense 💰||Occupation 👮|
|Piano, violin, guitar||Music teacher|
|Cement mixer, screwdriver, hammer||Builder|
|Acetone, nail file, nail buffer||Nail technician|
Here’s a few expenses OnlyFans content creators have submitted previously:
Earlier this year, OnlyFans content creator, Rebecca Godwin, made headlines for her tax-deductible breast implants.
Here’s a quick summary of what happened:
For further information on what HMRC allows as a deductible expense, you can read their advice here.
You can also check out our post on which self-employed expenses you can claim!
Now you know when to pay tax, how to do it, and who can help, you can keep bossing your OnlyFans channel stress-free!
Finally, if you need help calculating how much tax you owe, check out our handy Income Tax calculator below.
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