Learn how to use a director’s loan account effectively while avoiding the potential tax traps
and taking advantages of the tax saving opportunities.
A director’s loan account is a mechanism of keeping track of the transactions between the director and their personal or family company.
In this guide which has been updated following the March 2021 Budget, Sarah Bradford explains some of the planning opportunities and pitfalls associated with the use of directors’ loan accounts.
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A director’s loan account is a mechanism of keeping track of the transactions between the director and his or her personal or family company.
This guide explains how to use directors’ loan accounts correctly while avoiding some of the more common tax traps around them.
This guide is perfect for company directors who want to reduce their tax liability, stay on the right side of the law and avoid the common UK tax traps around director’s loan accounts. Get your copy today to learn more about the most efficient uses of director’s loan accounts.
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