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Directors' Loan Accounts
Directors' Loan Accounts

In a family or personal company, transactions between the company and the individual directors are commonplace. A director’s loan account is simply a mechanism for recording the transactions that take place. If the company is a close company and the director’s account is overdrawn at the end of the year, tax consequences may arise.

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Directors' Loan Accounts

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