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What level of salary should I pay myself as a limited ...

Jun 19, 2018 · As a limited company director, you will usually pay yourself a small salary, and draw down most of your income as dividends. Are there any rules which govern the level of salary you take, and what are the tax implications? Assuming that you are not a contractor/consultant caught by IR35 (in which case you would […]…

How do I pay myself if I'm a Limited Company Director?

Jun 17, 2014 · A company limited by shares is its own entity, separate from the director(s). It has its own assets and liabilities and as a director you are in charge of managing the company. Any money the company makes belongs to the company and you must use the appropriate methods above to pay yourself (unlike a sole tradership).…

How to take money out of a limited company

Depending on the salary you pay yourself, you may have Income Tax and National Insurance Contributions (NIC) deducted every pay period. The company will pay this to HMRC every month or quarter. Salary payments are a tax-deductible expense, so your company will not have any corporation tax liabilities on this money. However, it will have to pay 13.8% Employer’s National Insurance Contributions on your annual salary ……