Tax Year 2013-2014 - Filing Tax Return Online
If you earn money online, you have to declare it for tax. That doesn't mean you will pay tax on it, but it does need to be declared.
Well, today I am close to having completed my 2013-2014 tax return and I made less income working online than I had thought. It was probably my worst online earnings income to date in fact, although I will admit to having found myself all at sea as so many changes had occurred in Internet traffic, the way Google mixed up their search engine algorithm - and the fact I was so overwhelmed with all the changes I had to make that couldn't see the wood for the trees.
During this tax year, it seems Bubblews dug me out of the immediate hole, which is why I wrote on Bubblews - for the quick cash injection. During tax year 2013-2014 I received income from Bubblews of about $1500 between mid August 2013 and the end of April 2014. That was a handy £1000 or so!
It's sometimes difficult to really get a handle on income when you're self-employed as you're so interested in today, this week, this month, that you're not really sure how that worked out in the longer term - then, when you look back at the tax year - so long ago - it's such distant history.
The tax return for April 2013 to 5 April 2014 is due in by tomorrow. I've 99% of it organised, checked, double checked etc now and mostly input online, ready to submit. I end up checking and double checking it all so many, many times, fearful I missed out something vital!
It'll be over soon ... and then I can relax!
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