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No, but you would be well advised to make a note to that effect in your 18/19 return, but why, was this not in 19/20?.
All emoluments paid by limited companies to directors must be made through PAYE channels.
Register the company for PAYE, pass the payments through and use your own funds to meet the resultant tax and NI bill, sorry.
Then you will have to make your peace with HMRC and pay interest on unpaid tax.
Yes, but don't do it again!
Employed income, all directors are employees per se.
HMRC will not be very pleased, but providing the tax and interest thereon is paid promptly penalties may not be imposed.
You could, but loans to directors have to be cleared within 90 days of the company's accounting period to avoid horrendous tax complications.
Just come clean to HMRC, pay any tax and NI outstanding plus interest and don't do it again!
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