Client, employed, higher rate tax payer, contributes pension payments and claims job related expenses.
Director of 2 companies controls company A and Company B.
Company A was in financial trouble, company B advanced loan to company A.
what would be more tax efficient from a self-employed person's point of view - receiving a gift or a loan being repaid from a relative?
I have recently been asked to look into a Management Buyout for a successful SME' with a turnover of around £4m and profits of £0.5m. The Group is multinational with most activity outside the UK.
I have a client who was part of a limited liability partnership. He wants to claim for expenses not claimed by the partnership. Can he do this?
My client runs a successful opticians franchise in London via ltd co. The co is owned 50/50 with his wife. There are fairly significant cash reserves in the co.
Hopefully there will be a straight forward answer to this!
We act for the wife out of a couple with two children.
The wife's income is just over the child benefit withdrawal threshold. The husband's income is more.
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