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The tax implications of Key Person Insurance – In limited companies

By Louise Misiewicz Are you looking to pay key man insurance out of your company? Did you know that the tax considerations are different for employees and director/shareholders? What is Key Person Protection? It is a business protecting itself against the financial loss it may suffer as a result of the death, critical illness, or incapacity of […]

Company cars and tax reliefs

Have you heard about putting your cars into a Limited Liability Partnership (LLP)? Do you wish to know the safest way to pay for your car through your business? In our experience as tax specialists, we’ve found that it is better to charge 45p per mile for the first 10,000 miles and 25p per mile […]

Limited Company The Best Structure For Tax And Wealth Planning

Are you looking to grow a property portfolio? Are you also looking to build family wealth? IHT, CGT and income tax destroys your family wealth As higher rate taxpayers you could be subject to 40% or even 45% income tax on the property profits that you work so hard to generate. Once the mortgage interest relief […]

Are You Maximising The Benefits Of Your Limited Company?

Do you own a limited company? Are you maximising the benefits of using a limited company? The problem — tax, tax, tax  The issue we all have is the amount of tax we pay. In a limited company this includes: The company will pay corporation tax on profits made; The company will pay national insurance if […]

Loans Between Limited Companies For Property Investment

By Simon Misiewicz Do you have a company for your core business activities? Are you being taxed heavily on the money that you withdraw from the company and invest in property? The problem – tax on money you pull out of a company  The problem I see with many property investors who own limited companies […]

Tax Relief On Pension Contributions By Employees And Employers

Are you looking to make your next investment? Have you worked out the tax incentives of investing in a pension? The problem — pensions can be confusing I know from talking to clients that they are not investing in pensions. There are a number of reasons why this is the case, here is a brief list […]

Tax Free Money From Your Limited Company

Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 13th May 2014 Would you like an injection of tax-free money from your limited company? Are you looking for the tax antidote? The Diagnosis If you have a limited company and make any profit you will be taxed at 20%. There are people who do not take money from their […]

Using a limited company as a letting agent to reduce tax

18th February 2014 – Simon Misiewicz Would you rather take the family on holiday rather than pay the taxman? Would you like a quick way to reduce your tax from 40% to 20%? The purpose of this article is to demonstrate how easy it is to reduce your tax liability. As you may know there […]

Selling, transferring properties and Tax Planning – Part 2 of 5

Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 19th August 2013 The 5 keys to Asset planning Selling properties as a one off & Capital Gains Tax Selling properties as a trade (Income tax  v Corporation tax) Using trusts and inheritance tax planning Transferring assets between spouses Residency / Domicile – UK & international tax So without delay […]

Selling, transferring properties and Tax Planning – Part 1 of 5

Posted by Simon Misiewicz on 19th August 2013 Are you looking to sell any of your rental properties in the future? Are you thinking about passing your property onto a loved one? Here are the 5 keys to tax planning when selling a property: Selling Properties As A One Off & Capital Gains Tax (CGT) […]





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