I'm a freelance web developer in the UK. I've only been freelancing for 5 months, and I am in the middle of completing my very first tax return (online).
On the form there is a box for which you may enter an amount:
Goods and services for your own use - If you, or your family or friends, take any stock or manufactured goods out of your business, or you provide any services to your family and friends, you must include the value (and not the cost to you) of what was taken out or provided, unless you have already included such value in the 'turnover' entry on the Income page.
I translate this, in my circumstances, as:
"If you provide family or friends any services, you must include the value of what was provided."
But then again I could be wrong, and that is why I post this question.
Within the year:
I provided SEO and update services for my dads website, free of charge. In total this only took about 4 hours.
I redesigned and redeveloped my own website for sole use of my business, which I continually updated, maintained, and optimised for search engines. This amounted to a lot of unaccounted hours.
The question is: are any of the above eligible to enter into 'Goods and services for your own use' ?