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[caption id="attachment_1870" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Budget Seminar[/caption] 2015 Budget Seminar - What's it all about? The Budget Seminar is presented by our Business Development Manager Jamie Eddy and we are presenting this in collaboration with Working Breakfast. There have been a number of significant changes after George Osborne's latest budget and the land has been reshaped; the talk will touch on the majority of matters from the latest budget that will effect small business owners now and in the coming years. The subjects discussed in this budget seminar will cover: • Tax rate changes ...

A limited company can offer significant tax benefits as well as reducing the personal risks associated with running a business. Generally a small limited company will pay tax at 20% on it's profit (up to £300k profit), whereas a sole trader will pay tax at 20% and national insurance at 9% on their income up to certain thresholds. What is a limited company? A limited company is a 'separate legal entity' to the owners and people who run it. It has its own status for taxation, finance and general legal purposes. What are my responsibilities as a Director? You are responsible for running the ...