Directors Loans

May 7, 2021 | Business

Directors Loans – If a director takes non PAYE wages from a Limited company either as a loan or if the profits are not there to pay a Dividend, then the Director has received a loan. If the loan was greater than £10,000 and the loan is not repaid within 9 months of your year end, then the company is taxed at 32.5% on the outstanding loan and the Director is taxed as having taken a Dividend.

A Directors loan is a tax efficient way of taking money from a Limited company, but very expensive if not being repaid.

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