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What was this 6K for?
If you declare it as a directors loan it must be repaid within nine months to avoid horrendous tax complications. If you declare it as a dividend there must be spare profit available for that. If you take it as self employed income you are in serious trouble as such distributions can only be made through PAYE channels
The first 2K of dividends in the year is tax free. You declare these on the Income Pages on the SA100. Foe prior years you will have to amend earlier returns.
When you originally left the UK for the UAE did you send a Form P85 to the Inland Revenue as it was then?
Thank goodness for that. You will be surprised at the number of ex pats who do not and get themselves into awful trouble with HMRC as a result. Just self assess for 18/19 and 19/20 and all should be well.
The same. I always prefer to declare on paper.
No, you just need to tell HMRC that yu have returned to the UK. That Department will split the returning tax year into two parts, one non resident and the other non resident.
Yes you must register the company for PAYE.
Indeed, that is correct, if you have a source of income outside PAYE.
Company accounts are sent at the conclusion of each accounting period. You would appear to have the tax incorrect as you appear to be trying to apply Income Tax (IT) rules when companies pay Corporation Tax (CT). You do not need to send accounts to Companies House (CH) as the tax return system allows you to opt for abbreviated accounts to be extracted and sent to CH.
Yes, for the first two accounting periods, 11 Jul 18 - 10 Jul 19 and 11 Jul 19 to 10 Jul 20.
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