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The Chancellor set AccountingWEB alight when he announced changes to dividends taxation – bu

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From 6 April 2016, the 10% notional tax credit and associated grossing up on dividend income will be replaced by a £5,000 dividend tax allowance.

From 6 April 2016, the 10% notional tax credit and associated grossing up on dividend income will be replaced by a £5,000 dividend tax allowance.

So I return from holiday to a dead computer (now revived through a sort of computer heart and lung machine) then take a look at the dividend "fact"sheet produced by HMRC.  Have they made an error i

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Here is a summary of some of the changes announced by the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the Summer Budget, published on 8 July 2015.

Income Tax

Contractor client tells us:

(i) when he wants a dividend, and how much, and would we just prepare the paperwork please; and

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I worked for a recruitment agency last year for 7 months and was asked to set up a limited company to do so. It only turned over £9600 and has now ceased trading.

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I am about to calculate an interim (half yearly) dividend for a client, and just had one question about it.   They have a net profit before tax and before depreciation of £24,000. 

 

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