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I am in the lucky position of having retired early, and have been approached to go back "one last time". I should be able to command a large fee, but don't want to give any more than neccesary to George.. at least not immediately.. I also have quite a bit of unused annual pension contribution (and have not started cashing-in any pension) SO here is the question.
I am 2 person small business. I currently have an employee who only knowns are rather ancient version of a computer language. The employee is currently on contract to an outside firm. Its becoming obvious, that the client needs a contractor with some extra skills.
I've recently stopped all pension contributions for myself as we have moved into a bigger house that needs work doing to it. I was originally under the impression that I and my wife could opt out of automatic pension enrollment but the latest letter received from The Pensions Regulator suggest that:
Can directors loans be used to transfer funds from one year to the next. There is a 20% penalty not applied if the loan is paid back in the next year. Then the corp tax would be deferred one year at least. What are any limits ?