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Need help - going Limited?
Posted by Northerclean (Alex), 31 December 2003I'm hope for some feedback on a making my business limited as I've got a great problem. My wife just told me on Christmas day she 6 weeks pregnant
I was talking to a chat in the pub and he tells me if I become limited I'd recieve some benefits, however, he didn't know the details. Anyone know what benefits I'd get and if it's worth going ltd?
Posted by Derek (Derek Bolton), 31 December 2003Hi Alex
The Limited Company issue sounded great but I have always had my reservations ...the Chancellor is too canny a fellow to give money away.
Low and behold, he has now recognised that there is a tax loophole which he intends to close in the budget next year.
Contact your local benefits office for the lowdown on any entitlements, I don't think going Limited will make that much difference. A lot is down to your wife's employment.
Congratulations....looks like its going to be a productive year for you in 2004.
Both my daughters have informed us recently that they are both pregnant, babies due around June/July
Posted by Northerclean (Alex), 31 December 2003Cheers Derek.
I'll give them a buzz on Monday.
Posted by strakercleaning (strakercleaning), 1 January 2004WHO? Tax office or the daughters
Not really......knew carpet cleaners could be a friendly bunch but ..........
Congratulations to all expecting parties........surprising how late night work will seem so attractive soon
Posted by martin_606 (martin_606), 1 January 2004I ahve been ltd before and will again.
Talk to your accountant (prefrebly one who is Ltd also) they will be able to tell you all the advantages, like earning £10,000 before you pay tax. Lets also not forget that with a ltd company you pay for everything with pre tax money and the government only tax you on any profit (if you choose to have one that is)
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