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How Do I Sell My Limited Company?

People sell their limited companies for all sorts of reasons. They might be looking to retire, hit hard times, or want to…

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Paying Tax on Dividends in 2022/23

Dividend payments can seem confusing, especially because you’ll pay a different rate of tax on them than on your other income. We…

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Should I Own My Property Through a Limited Company or as a Sole Trader?

Owning and renting out property can provide a useful (and hopefully reliable) monthly income stream. Your asset should also grow in value,…

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What’s the Most Tax Efficient Director’s Salary in 2022/23?

As a director you’re legally separate from your limited company, even if you’re also the owner. This means that you’re not allowed…

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UK Tax Rates, Thresholds and Allowances for Self-Employed People and Employers in 2022/23 and 2021/22

Read our guide to UK tax for sole traders, limited companies, partners and partnerships, employers and other businesses. The UK tax system…

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Leasing a Car Personally versus Through Your Limited Company

Should you lease a car in your own name or do it through your company? This is one of the questions our…

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