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Corporate Events in the heart of Snowdonia National Park
Cae'r Bliadd Country House >>
Team building is essential, the fun factor being integral to improved workforce performance. Our client is a Country House in the heart of the Snowdonia National Park offering a range of both standard courses and individually tailored courses to fit your requirements, consisting of both indoor games and outdoor activities over a large area and choice of terrain designed to take account of all levels of ability, fitness and experience.

    Approved and inspected Outdoor Activities and instructors
    WTB 4 Star accommodation
    In-Course Transport
    All Technical Equipment
    Residential licence for alcohol
    full Public Liability Insurance

Tax Savings for the self employed
So, what can the business owner do to mitigate National Insurance? One option for those currently trading through a partnership or sole trade must be incorporation linked with tax efficient remuneration and dividend planning. Such a scheme will save all national insurance, provide security of limited liability and create a one off opportunity to realise the goodwill tied up in the business.
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Shelter tax in a limited liability company
If you are trading through a partnership or sole trade you will pay tax at your highest rate on your profits regardless of the amount you draw out of the business. By moving the trade to a limited company you will effectively shelter tax by paying corporation tax at 19% on the first £300,000 of profits you make.
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Tax savings for the owner managed limited company
Even if working as an employee of your own limited company there are savings of up to 23% of your gross income available using our tax efficient remuneration service.
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Save £100,000 using this simple piece of tax planning
By including a nil rate band discretionary trust in your will you effectively utilise each spouse’s nil rate band. Currently £250,000 at 40% is £100,000 tax saved.
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