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29/07/2021 at 14:00 – 15:00
The fifth webinar in our series will be held on Thursday 29th July at 2pm.
Tax expert Lee Sharpe will be looking at the latest tax planning strategies for directors of small or medium sized companies from all stages of a company’s life from incorporation through to cessation.
The webinar will cover:
Incorporating a business: Sell your business to the company, or swap for shares?
Remember Capital Allowances (particularly with commercial property)
Optimising salary v dividends
Loan accounts, and why they can be useful, and why they can also be a pain
Timing is everything
Sweating the small stuff
Punching out, or selling up
Any company director who wants to save money on taxes will benefit from this webinar.
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