Dividend tax

who can take profits?

April 24, 2024

Shareholders, who own the company, typically receive dividends from distributable reserves, which are post-tax profits. Dividends are advantageous as they face lower income tax rates and are exempt from National Insurance Contributions (NICs), making them a primary form of remuneration for small company owners. In small companies, shareholders often serve as directors, responsible for day-to-day

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All Quiet on the Tax Front

September 21, 2023

Taxation With the government’s time taken up in dealing with economic issues such as high inflation and public debt, we are not expecting any significant tax announcements until the Budget, due to be held next March. The General Election is likely to be held later next year, so this Budget may well contain a lot

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dividend tax 2023/2024

Taking your profits as dividends.

March 15, 2023

If you are a company owner, you will be used to taking funds you need from your company in the form of a small salary. With anything extra paid as dividends, or perhaps as rent or interest. For some years the first £2,000 of dividends received by each taxpayer has been tax-free. However, that is

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dividend tax 2023/2024

Prepare for higher dividend tax 2023/24

February 5, 2023

The tax you pay on dividends increased by 1.25 percentage points from 6 April 2022; these higher rates will remain in place for 2023/24. The dividend allowance in 2023/2024 will be cut from £2,000 to £1,000 on 6 April 2023 and cut again to £500 in April 2024. This is due to the higher dividend

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