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Deducting tax from interest payments to an individual

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I seem to recall that if a company receives a loan from an individual and formally pays interest, they have to pay it net and pay the tax to HMRC quarterly. My google skills are weak today - what's the name of the form?

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By Monsoon
07th Oct 2013 18:40

foudn it

Ah it's CT61. Never mind! :)

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By Steve Kesby
07th Oct 2013 18:41

CT61...

... for the company and R185 for the individual You'll have to ask for the CT61 - see HERE.

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By Monsoon
07th Oct 2013 18:41

Thanks Basil!

:)

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By Monsoon
07th Oct 2013 18:41

And Steve :)

:)

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