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Hello tax question re HMRC enquiry Can someone advise

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tax question re HMRC enquiry

Can someone advise if i have credit card statements showing payments but do not have an invoice is this still likely to be an allowable as an expense.

Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  TaxRobin replied 4 years ago.
Your question is one that is not really listed in the HMRC specifically. A receipt or invoice is the best proof of expense but, an entry on a credit card statement or a bank statement or a credit card voucher or even an entry on a cheque stubb may be sufficient to prove the cost was incurred.
If it were for VAT purposes the invoice would be needed.

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