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What about tax on the dividends i have taken. Does that count as personal income which should be taxed or is that company tax?
The dividends are treated as basic rate tax paid in the hands of the taxpayer. In effect, you are being given tax relief for a part of the corporation tax paid on the profits as a dividend is just a distribution of post corporation tax profits. It is taxed as personal income. Take a look here for more information.
If your total income in 2014/15 is no more than £41,865 gross then you will have no further tax to pay on dividends. If your salary is more than the personal allowance of £10,000, then you should be paying some tax through PAYE on the excess. If I were you, I'd register for self-assessment as you are a company director.