Small Business Accounting

When can I pay myself as a Limited Company Director?

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Chris Andreou

When can I pay myself as a Limited Company Director? guide

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As a limited company director, you may pay yourself through taking a salary and drawing dividends.

Salaries are typically paid out monthly. While dividends can be drawn at any frequency across the year-as long as there are sufficient distributable profits-payments are typically made on a monthly or quarterly basis.

<p>As a <a href="https://goforma.com/limited-company/what-is-a-limited-company" target="_blank">limited company</a> director, you may pay yourself through taking a salary and drawing <a href="https://www.goforma.com/tax/what-are-dividends" target="_blank">dividends</a>.<br></p><p>Salaries are typically paid out monthly. While dividends can be drawn at any frequency across the year-as long as there are sufficient distributable profits-payments are typically made on a monthly or quarterly basis.</p><p></p><p><br></p>

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