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  • Tax Breaks - Tax-efficient business entertainment
    Entertaining existing and potential customers can be an important factor in generating new business. HMRC says that none of the associated costs is tax deductible, but that’s not entirely correct. When is tax relief allowed for entertaining costs?
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  • Tax Breaks - A summer break from tax
    It's well known that employers can use a tax break to exempt Christmas parties from a benefit-in-kind charge. But did you know the same exemption can apply to a summer outing?
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  • Tax Breaks - Staff entertaining fringe benefits
    Offering hospitality at a football or rugby match can be a good incentive for your best customers and justifies the expense even though it isn't tax deductible. But taking a few staff along to keep the customers happy means your company can claim some extra tax relief.
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  • Tax Breaks - Partying responsibly
    Even the smallest business can host an annual tax-free social function for all its staff (including the directors and their partners) as long as the cost per head is less then £150. The employees are not taxed for having a good time and the company gets full relief for the expense.
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