Salary v. Dividends - an Unexpectedly Simple Guide

Owner Directors of a company can choose how and when to extract funds from the business either as Salary or Dividends, but which is the most tax efficient to take and when?

NWN Blue Squared's Unexpectedly Simple Guide to Salary or Dividend helps explain the most efficient way to take funds, but equally when it's right to leave a proportion of money owed to you in the company until you really need it.  The Guide highlights:

  • Salary and income tax rates
  • Employer National Insurance Contributions
  • Minimum salary
  • Dividends and tax
  • Case study examples
  • Other considerations

For the very latest advice on the best salary and dividend options for you, simply email NWN Blue Squared at or call us on 0208 550 3131.

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