I am the Practice Manager of a high end dental practice. My role covers all the non-clinical aspects of what is a dynamic, constantly evolving business with entrepreneurial owners.
I am trying to calculate how much bonus to pay an employee so that the net cost to the company is £1000.
Employers NI is 13.8% and Corporation Tax is 20%.
I have a limited company registration trading in IT Services. My wife will shortly require to sell her Pychotherapy services through a limited company.
Civil servants have an incentive to increase central and local government taxes to save their own skins i.e.rendundancies/pay rises.
I so wish I had kept my old tax notes!
I have searched for calculators online but all seem to deal with salary and dividend separately and not as a combination.
There is an existing business; in previous years the business has made a profit, paid company tax and declared dividends. Last financial year due to recession the company made a loss.
Client ordered a Kindle from Amazon and asked for a valid VAT invoice as the Kindle will be used for business purposes.
I am planning to change our payroll software from Sage to Moneysoft solely due to the cost.
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