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Here are the most frequently asked questions we've received from self-employed contractors in April 2021, with answers from the experts at Orange Genie Accountancy:

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Limited Company

Here are the most frequently asked questions we've received from Limited company contractors in April 2021, with answers from the experts at Orange Genie Accountancy:

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Limited Company

If you’re thinking about closing your Limited company, it could be because you’re considering moving on from contracting, or it could be that your circumstances have changed and the reasons you incorporated in the first place no longer apply. Whatever the situation, closing your company is an important decision, and it can be difficult to reverse, so you need to get the right advice and consider carefully before going ahead.

P11D

It’s April once again and as a responsible Limited company director you’ll already be thinking about filing the necessary documents for the tax year that’s just closed. One of the more pressing tasks is your P11D, which needs to be filed in the first week of July. In this article we’ll look at what you need to know. 

Limited Company

Where a property owner is an individual or a sole trader, it’s no longer possible to claim mortgage interest as a tax allowance and this has increased the operating costs for many property investors. As limited companies are still able to claim tax relief on the mortgage interest they pay, this has made property investments through a limited company much more attractive. So, how does this work, and what do you need to know?

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