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Repairing that old car to save money.

With the cost of new cars constantly on the rise, more and more people are looking at the used car market or even looking at ways to keep their current car on the road for longer. Whether you’re a small independent garage owner or a guy with just enough know how to make your own small repairs on you vehicle. The one thing you’ll both be needing is car parts. In the United Kingdom at the minute there is literally only one place in the market that you would need to visit to find the cheapest and best quality parts for absolutely any vehicle out there, Euro Car Parts. Having been around for years now they have risen easily to the top of the car parts market, offering over a staggering 132,000 different parts, they have every single vehicle imaginable covered.

They also stock an enormous range of tool, all the way from spanners to the latest MIG welding rigs, and every single one is competitively priced and often given a hefty discount. Saving money is one thing that everyone enjoys doing and Euro Car Parts are a company that loves to find you a deal and help save you a few pounds. If you visit them through the Euro Car Parts Discounts company then you are sure to find an even greater saving than just regular online shopping will provide.

They also have fantastic delivery options available including a free standard delivery, a speedy 48 hour delivery for only £1.99 or a next day delivery for a great price of only £3.95. They also ship internationally or you can even go for a click and collect order and just pull right up and collect your own parts instantly, saving you time and money. There simply is no finer place to shop online when you’re looking for parts to fix up a vehicle, or if you’re searching for the tools you need to finish the job. When you’re doing your shopping with them you know you will be receiving quality goods at great rates and you really can say any fairer than that. So do yourself a favour and check them out the next time you venture into the online parts buying network.

Use a discount code to save money this Christmas

Most people are always on the lookout to save money all year round, but Christmas can be a very expensive time for everyone. The supermarkets and online stores all have very tempting ways for you to part with your cash, but there is something out there that can save you a nice amount extra if used at the right time.

This way of saving extra cash is called the discount code! Now discount codes come in lots of shapes and sizes, and we’ve probably all heard of them if you’ve done online shopping and not lived under a rock for the past 10 years, but retailers publish their discount codes at different times of year over the Christmas period. Most retailers publish their codes early to try and kick start the Christmas shopping frenzy early. This increases their chances of having a ‘good Christmas’ as they put it. It’s hard to know when the right time to buy actually is.

A great way to save some money on popular retailers is to take advantage of offers that get published in early November or even October. Most times online retailers are having a quite period and publish voucher codes that try and promote spending. Now when this happens it’s a good time to do your Christmas shopping and get it out of the way!

It’s quite easy to keep updated on your favourite retailers as most discount code websites offer alerts to you when new codes are added to their system. We’ll talk about who offers these in just a minute. You can simply sign-up or follow these retailers and get instant alerts when new codes or hot offers are added. It’s really easy and makes you think when a good offer lands in your email inbox.

So who offers some good discounts codes and alerts? Well first if you’re looking to buy clothing or fashion items there is a site called The Latest Fashion Deals. It’s a very basic site but gets the job done well. No alert service here but they tell me they are adding one soon.

For general discount codes and vouchers we have two sites that offer pretty much the same service but with different retailers on their books. First up we have a site called Deal Feed that offers discount codes and alerts to the retailers who you follow once you’ve created an account. Simple design but works well on your mobile.

Next we have a site called Deal Share that has just had a redesign to make it more mobile friendly. More retailers than the ones above and updated often.

So there we have it boys and girls, subscribe for the latest discount codes on the sites above and try and save as much money before the Christmas rush starts. You’ll be glad you did, saves time the closer you get to Christmas too!

VAT Calculations and tax for artwork

There comes a point in every artists life when they need to consider VAT and VAT payments towards HMRC. You can check out the threshold on the HMRC website at their VAT rates page for more information.

So what does this mean for artists that provide VAT taxable goods once they go over the VAT threshold? Well this means that you have to register for VAT and start charging VAT on all your VAT taxable goods or services you produce. You can check out the list of VAT taxable goods on the HMRC VAT Taxable Goods page. This basically means that you add the current rate of VAT to our invoices and collect this 20% on behalf of HMRC. Every quarter you pay this VAT to HMRC online by doing a VAT tax return on the HMRC website. It’s a clever way of the government getting tax as you charge VAT on your products and services, then deduct the VAT you claim back (what items you get charged VAT for – supplies etc) and then give them the difference.

You can do this by using your calculator or you can find a vat tax calculator website such as this one to help you out. Just double check your threshold rate each quarter and you should be fine. Your accountant will probably raise a flag when you come near it. With VAT comes Stamp Duty when buying land or a property so we’re also here to show you a quick Stamp Duty Calculator that you’re welcome to use when buying a property or land.

Hope this helps!