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  1. #31
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    You really do have to work through both sets of figures to see whats best & as we know it could all change.

    I'm not looking to take dividends out at the min - either drawing out against directors loans, reinvesting or leaving until salary decreases in retirement & at the minute the lower 20% tax is of benefit.

    I also have another ltd company from the day job that can lend to my property one, so it seems to work ok at the minute for what my plans are. The changes in dividend allowance doesnt just affect property companies so Im sure a lot of people are dismayed at this. Maybe the future will just single out property companies, who knows!

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    hopelessly devoted

    Have you taken time to read the article which Mrs Mug detailed on page 3 , its not sensationalist but an insight into the possible future for small limited companies so far as this Chancellor is concerned.

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    I hadnt....now I want to cry

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    Don't cry. The article is outdated. Look through has been rejected.

    http://www.contractoruk.com/news/001...tion_pscs.html
    https://www.gov.uk/government/public...rough-taxation

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    Hurrah!!! Up, down, up, down....

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    Totally confused! As ever......

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    You are not the only one, I have read the entire report and agree that they do not see any significant benefit but given the utterances of the Chancellor one has to question if he is taking a different standpoint compared to his predecessor , you know the one editing the London Evening Standard and Consultant at BlackRock at £628000 per annum. I have put a call to my own accountant for his comments. Response awaited.

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