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Posts tagged “Limited Company”

The Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his Autumn Budget speech, a little earlier than in previous years, on 29 October 2018, at 3.30pm. The key points for freelancers, contractors and small business are set out below. 
I am often asked by clients if they can add their wife, husband, partner, mother, father (even aunt or uncle) as a director to pay them dividends from their limited company. As ever, the answer is….it depends! 
A small gesture of thanks can have a big impact on employee satisfaction, morale, and productivity. For employers, so called trivial benefits can make a big difference in the daily operations of a company and the good news is that many can be classed as tax free and don’t require legal paperwork. And yes, this can apply for directors of small companies too! Don’t miss out! 
Thinking of becoming a contractor or setting up a small business? You’re not alone. According to the Office of National Statistics (ONS) self-employment has risen steadily since 2000. In fact, it’s widely believed that self-employed workers are the backbone of the British economy. If you’re abandoning a steady job in search of the freedom and success that contracting can offer, you need to know the key implications. 
A limited company is a separate legal entity and must have an official “registered office address”. This address is publicly available on the Companies House website. In fact, if you Google your company name, you will find that one of the top results will take you to a company search page showing the registered office address, director’s names and several other details. 
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