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People aged 20-30 – the 'millennials '- are devoting 23 per cent of their income to housing costs, reports the BBC. This compares with...

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Student debt: who won't repay?

The amount of a student loan that someone repays can be predicted from the profession they enter, says the Telegraph. A graduate entering in...

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Where to turn when you need financial advice and more... An interview with Glen Callow

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Corporate Clients

Company owners have a very specific set of needs when it comes to financial planning, over and above that which is required by private clients.  It is vital that clients select an adviser that specialises in this area.

As part of Prime Accountants Group we are uniquely positioned to help our corporate clients meet their specific needs.  These might include:

Advice on profit extraction - it is important that money is extracted tax efficiently and that you understand your options in this respect.  Working alongside your accountant we can outline options to you and create a strategy to meet your requirements.

The protection of key employees - a policy that provides the business with a lump sum in the event of the death or serious illness of one of its key employees.  The lump sum would usually provide for loss of profits and perhaps the recruitment of a replacement.

A solid succession strategy - what happens should a shareholder pass away?  Will the shares end up in the right hands?  Would the shareholders family receive adequate reward?  Would the business be able to continue?  Is the current strategy tax efficient?

Corporate investment - it may be that it is preferable that surplus funds are retained in the business and that improved returns are required.  We have the expertise to discuss investment arrangements and the complex tax implications that should be considered.

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