Ok, so my first time on the forum, play nice! I have recently formed a Ltd company in the UK with a colleague of mine. The two of us are the only people in the company, 4 £1 shares, 2 shares each. When paying out dividends, each current class of share must receive the same dividend, correct? What we would like to be able to do, is weight dividend payouts so contributions to projects can be translated into dividends. I have spoken with an accountant who I will be using for our end of year accounts. They have stated, creating a second class of share would allow us to be paid different amounts in terms of the dividend payouts. Are we able to reduce the value of the current share class to a very low figure, and then use the new class of shares that we can use to adapt to our situation? I just want to make sure everything is set in place from the beginning. Sorry I'm not up to speed with all the technical terms. I appreciate any help and corrections!