Neil MacGillivray: The tax benefits of self-employed versus salary and dividends

Dividend tax on the rise

Tom Ellis
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Neil MacGillivray: "Incorporation still holds a tax advantage where profits are below £50,000."
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Neil MacGillivray: "Incorporation still holds a tax advantage where profits are below £50,000."

Ahead of Rishi Sunak’s Budget on Wednesday, Neil MacGillivray considers recent changes to dividend taxes and how that may impact business owners, like financial advisers, and weighs up the benefits of being self-employed versus taking a salary and dividend...

Boris Johnston and the Conservative Party's mantra of "level up and unite the country" is constantly ringing in our ears. The aim of spreading investment more widely throughout the country and rebalancing...

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