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"Is “Limited” Limiting You?”
Tue 15 November 2016, 09:45 – 14:00 GMT
Are you trading as a limited company or do you think you ought to?
Do you understand how it all works?
What is the Director’s loan account?
How much is my salary? What are dividends?
How do I claim expenses?
Includes a delicious light lunch!!
This is a workshop for anyone who would like to understand more about running a limited company whether they have just incorporated, have been trading for a while or are considering incorporating.
It will aim to answer all those questions above and all those questions you thought were too daft to ask!!
This is what people who attended last time thought of the last workshop
“I thought the day was packed with interesting information - you were very knowledgeable - and the group brought a lot to the workshop too. The venue was good - easy to find, easy to park, nice lunch. If I knew anyone who was thinking of setting up a limited company I would recommend the workshop to them. I thought the length of time was ideal - enough to pack a lot in but not too long to lose interest.”
“in particular it was very helpful to understand the advantages to being Ltd. As you know we had begun to question this to some extent but I am now confident that the additional control we gain over tax planning among other things makes it the right approach for us”
“Very nice lunch. Above expectation.”
“Rachel is a brilliant accountant. But more than that, she is a savvy business woman who really gets under the skin of your business to become an essential part of your success team. Delivered in an informative and engaging way, I highly recommend Rachel’s training.”
“The day really gave me so much enlightenment and informative knowledge that I can implement straight away. I feel clearer going forward knowing what I can and can't do Thank You Rachel for the invaluable education”
“It was very worth while for me. I began to appreciate a lot more what actually going Limited was mean to me and how to look at it. More importantly the common pitfalls.