Form Your Limited Company with Accountspoint
There are significant tax advantages to trading within a limited company. If your business profits are expected to be greater than £20,000, then the limited company business structure is likely to be the best choice for your business.
What does our Limited Company Formation and Set Up Include?
How Do Limited Companies Work?
A limited company is a legal entity on its own, separate from the company’s owner. Limited companies pay corporation tax on their net profits.
Shareholders are recognised as having ownership in a limited company via the purchase of shares.
As the director or shareholder of a limited company, the law requires you to file self-assessment tax returns each year. These returns will form the basis of your personal taxes.
How to Minimise Tax and Insurance Liability
Your personal liability is equal to the amount of nominal share capital you’ve invested into your limited company. This fact makes trading under this structure a major advantage.
Extracting money from your company requires paying yourself either a salary as an employee or dividends as an owner. It is via a combination of these two factors that your national insurance liability and overall tax can be minimised.
What Can We Do for You?
When you purchase a monthly package or a standalone service from us, all our advice is free. We don’t charge you for phone consultations or face-to-face meetings. And it doesn’t matter if you choose one or all of our services; you still get the same solid service guarantee.
Just call us on 01332 650226 or request a call back and you can arrange a free no-obligation consultation. We look forward to hearing from you.