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Extracting Cash From Your Company: Rent and Assets Sales

By Sarah Bradford, May 2019

The way in which you run your business will affect the amount and type of tax and National Insurance that you pay. When deciding on an appropriate structure for a business, the tax and National Insurance regime under which the business operates is one of the factors that should be taken into consideration.

If you run your business as a sole trader, or as a member of a partnership, depending on the level of your profits, you will pay income tax and National Insurance contributions (NIC) on your profits. Your income tax liability is computed by reference to your total taxable income and if you have other sources of income, this will impact on your marginal rate of tax.

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