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Different Classes of Ordinary Shares

Published on September 24, 2014 By admin

Majority of the companies have just the ordinary shares. They carry one vote per share, are entitled to participate equally in dividends and, if the company is wound up, the ordinary shareholders will share the proceeds of the company’s assets after paying all the debts However, there are some instances where companies create different classes of ordinary shares, e.g. […]

Boosting Your Pension Entitlement

Published on March 6, 2013 By admin

There are situations where planning a tax and NI is an efficient way and becomes important to draw income from your pension. However, you need to think long term before doing this. If your business can justify the fact that paying a low salary to your spouse, is it worthwhile doing this, given the extra […]

Autumn Statement; What’s in it For the Savers and Pensioners

Published on December 28, 2012 By admin

For savers, the annual ISA contribution limit will rise modestly from the current level of £11,280 to £11,520 from April 2013, a rise of 2.1%.. But previously it was said that this would be increased in line with inflation. What about pensions? The basic state pension will rise by 2.5% next year to £110.15 a […]

How to use Vouchers for Tax Savings

Published on March 30, 2012 By admin

If you’re looking for a low admin benefit to be given to your employees, vouchers may be the answer. The range of goods and services you can provide this way is huge, making them more appealing to your employees.