4. Do I Need To Declare My Income Earned Through My Employment?

4. Do I Need To Declare My Income Earned Through My Employment?

If your employer is participating in the Auto-Inclusion Scheme for Employment Income, or AIS, you do not need to declare your employment income as your employer would have submitted the information to IRAS. This information will be pre-filled in your tax return when you log in to myTax Portal. To check if your employer is […]

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Resume Gaps: How to Explain Employment Gaps on Resume

Resume Gaps: How to Explain Employment Gaps on Resume

Hi, I’m Jeri Walker, Career & Job Search Strategist and I receive questions from people asking, “I was laid off and I haven’t been working for several months, how do I explain this on my resume”? In this video, I’m going to teach you about how you can address an employment gap on your resume. […]

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National Student Survey 2017

National Student Survey 2017

Think about your BU journey. It doesn’t end when you graduate and your degree will be important for the rest of your career. The National Student Survey is your chance to tell future BU students – and us – about your experience. Here’s what you’ll be asked about: The teaching on your course. Learning opportunities. […]

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Project: Student Survey Animated Video

Project: Student Survey Animated Video

Feeling confident in your ability to make good decisions about work, study and career options when you leave school is very important. That’s why the NSW Department of Education has developed the Student Pathways Survey and Plan to assist you to develop the skills to make good decisions when you leave school and into the […]

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What expenses can I include in my Self Assessment tax return?

What expenses can I include in my Self Assessment tax return?

you’re self-employed which means you have essential costs to keep your business running you can deduct these costs called allowable expenses to work out your taxable profit but remember if you’re using the 1000 pound tax-free Trading allowance you can’t claim any expenses allowable expenses include office property and equipment travel including cars and vans […]

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What is IR35?

What is IR35?

As a contractor, you’ve probably come across the term IR35 before, right? Basically, it’s a tax law that targets ‘disguised employment’. And, so we’re on the same page, a disguised employee is someone who falsely positions themselves as a limited company contractor, in order to pay less tax. Now, HMRC see this as tax avoidance, […]

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Military Touchpoint Series: First Duty Station

Military Touchpoint Series: First Duty Station

Congratulations! You’ve arrived at your first duty station. This is one of many milestones — or touchpoints — in your military journey. You’ll receive financial information and training at each military touchpoint including your first duty station, learning about finances and performing regular checkups so you can reach your current and future goals. After all, […]

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