In our monthly news summary, we pull together the latest ridesharing and on-demand driving updates so you’re always on top of your game. Here’s what’s happened in July:
Payments on the account can be one of the most common stumbling blocks when it comes to your self-assessment tax return. Although it was introduced as an initiative to help taxpayers spread their tax payments, it can often result in annual frustration and can actually harm your cash flow if you’re caught unaware. Luckily, we’ve put together a guide for you where you can get the answer to your questions and get back on track quickly.
HMRC have released the long-awaited guidance for workers looking to claim their fifth and final Self-Employment Income Support Scheme (SEISS) grant. The value of the fifth and final grant will be determined by how much the worker’s turnover has been reduced in the year 2020-2021 compared to before the pandemic.
Therefore, people whose turnover has fallen by 30% or more will continue to receive the full grant worth 80% of three months average trading profits, capped at £7,500.
There’s an increased demand for ridesharing now, and we’re making sure everyone has access to a car, no matter the budget. Therefore, if you’re on a budget choose the spacious Toyota Corolla Hybrid or stylish Kia Niro 2 and start your ridesharing journey right away.
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London is one of Uber’s largest markets worldwide, providing riders with a much-needed alternative to the often overloaded public transport system. The British capital also leads the way when it comes to electric cars, a key component of the city’s overall pollution and air quality plan. Therefore, if you’re thinking of joining the EV crew, have a look at our guide and get ready to own the road.
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