As is often the case leaseholders are often slow to "volunteer" to act as a director
In my client company a director and his wife (non director) work many unpaid hours for the benefit of all
Other leaseholders mostly appreciate the effort put in and wish the couple to be rewarded financially
It has been suggested that a honorarium or salary be paid.
However this "reward" is dressed up it seems to be caught by RTI?
To avoid RTI etc I had thought,subject to whatever is in the lease,of suggesting that payment of monthly service be deferred.I suppose that would be forbidden under pain of death by HMRC etc
I wonder if anyone has any ideas to reward those who undertake what is often a thankless task and often not acknowledged by other leaseholders