Do you know what are supplemented expenses? And the amendment Bill? Do you use series numbered for each type of subject or tax exemption ? Do you know the difference between accrued VAT and VAT? Do you know when and how to apply the rule of the pro-rata in the VAT declaration? Do you know what expenses aredeductible according to your activity? Do you have a control and register accounting of your invoices and budgets? Do you know when a Bill is to exempt from VAT? And income tax? Are you given high in ROI? Do you know that only with a budget you not assure payment of your work? Can you avoid a situation of non-performing loans?
In this course for translators, proofreaders, interpreters and other professionals in the provision of language services is the answer to these and other questions we ask when we began our journey by the professional world as autonomous. What better way to start the summer that launch the new edition (fully updated to 2016):
Taxation course for freelancers
The course has a duration of one month and is intended for translators or interpreters who are planning to develop their activity as self-employed, as well as those who have few years in the sector, and want to know all the ins and outs of the management fiscal, labour and trade autonomous professional.
Throughout the course we intend to clarify the issues that every translator or interpreter has to face when it comes to launch your activity:
- Steps to give you high as a freelancer (knowing in detail the models you have to submit to process the high finance and Social Security).
- How accounting for your business (learn the basics of accounting in order to exploit them for the benefit of your activity)
- How to make an invoice and a budget correctly (knowing the minimum information which must bring these documents and know properly apply taxes).
- What rates apply to our customers (and how to calculate the profitability of our work).
- Types of taxes are we forced to pay taxes and which models have to submit quarterly and annual statements (VAT and income tax).