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Tax Efficient Ways To Extract Cash From Your Company


This report contains essential information for companies of every size. Learn tax efficient ways to take money from a company covering salaries and bonuses, benefits in kind, dividend allowance and more.

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Why get the Tax Efficient Ways to Extract Cash from Your Company Report?

Every year businesses review their financial strategies to make sure they’re taking advantage of the latest tax rates, breaks and allowances.  

This is time well spent when businesses get it right as they can save a significant amount of money on their taxes.  

This special report by business tax expert Sarah Bradford shares the latest strategies to help extract profits from a company in a tax-efficient manner.

What does the report cover?

This in-depth report, including cases studies covers:

  • Salary and bonus
  • Salary sacrifice
  • Benefit in kind
  • Dividends
  • Pension provision
  • Loans
  • Company liquidation
  • Planning for spouses and civil partners 
  • Rent and asset sales
  • Purchase of own shares

And more.

Who is the report for?

If you are a business owner/director of a limited company of any size, and you want the latest and most efficient remuneration strategies then this guide is for you.

The report is also popular with accountants and tax professionals alike, giving an in-depth understanding of the tax implications of extracting cash from a company for their clients.