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So your wife and have different shares i.e. you have 10 ordinary shares but she has one 1A share?
I understand, so you can in essence pay what you want in terms of dividends and if the only persons in the company are you and your wife you could decide for example that you get 10% dividends and your wife gets 90% or you split it 50/50 entirely up to you basically. I trust this assists
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No, it is up to you just make sure it is recorded properly with a board declaration.
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That is to do with dividend waivers and income tax in any event, that is not the same as an uneven distribution of dividends. I trust this assists
Thank you for your message, it is a different situation yes. In terms of the dividend declaration is should cover all the shares and share types if you are declaring dividend for those share types. If not then you can just saying dividend declaration but for ordinary shares, no dividend for A shares or whatever you want to say. I trust this assists