We have a UK based client who as a result of a takeover by an overseas Company has non resident directors. They want to pay these directors for attending board meetings in the UK.
Just got a new client, a contractor, who's working through his limited company, taking around £12000 salary and the rest in dividends.
My client has asked if the payment of Directors remuneration of £589 per month can be treated as a paper exercise. It would be credited to Directors current account but not drawn until the company
A company has had a PAYE settlement agreeement in force for a number of years.
For 2010/11 the formal agreement has not been signed and returned.
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Bloggs and co are registered under CIS scheme but mainly work for householders. They are having trouble understanding why they should deduct tax via CIS from the very occasional subcontractor.
The history – my client is dealt with purely under PAYE. In 2003, she retired from her local government post and started receiving a local government pension. At the same time,
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I'm sure that many of you are taking on more OMB Limited Company contractor clients. I'm seeing more blue chip companies, and even banks, "employing" full time people via this route.
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