Business structures

Tax and the company car pt 2

Use our calculator to check your car benefit, and see details of car related tax free benefits.

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Limited liability partnerships

An LLP is a form of separate legal business entity that gives the benefits of limited liability but allows its members the flexibility of organising their internal structure as a traditional partnership. They are intended for businesses which carry on a trade or profession, and are particularly attractive to larger professional partnerships.

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Could your business survive without you?

As accountants and business advisers we get to know our clients very well. From our position, it is all too clear to us that many clients are too focused on 'today' to give serious thought to the future.

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Benefits-in-kind and expenses payments

Benefits-in-kind are assessed on all directors and employees.

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Interest and tax payments

HMRC charges interest on underpayments of tax, and pays interest (repayment supplement) overpayments.

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Do you need an audit?

Recent changes mean that small and medium-sized businesses will now be able to obtain an audit exemption if they meet two out of three criteria relating to balance sheet total, turnover and number of employees.

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Getting the company struck off

A private company (not subject to insolvency proceedings) can apply to the Registrar of Companies to be struck off the register and dissolved.

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Company bonus or dividend?

In many small companies, the owners are also the directors, and this gives importance to how income is extracted from the company.

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Tax-saving strategies

Expenditure incurred before the company year-end might reduce the current year's tax liability instead of next year's.

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The tax system for companies

How the tax system works for companies.

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