Shareholders

Dividends are returns paid to company shareholders once profits have been made. Much like other income types, an individual receiving dividends from a UK company will need to file tax personally.

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As a UK shareholder, once you have received your dividend, you will most likely need to pay further tax. This largely depends on your total earnings, including income such as salaries and pensions, as well as any income acquired from bank accounts.

Dividends received from your own company or a public limited company are all taxed at the same rates. Furthermore, dividend allowance is something that can affect the amount of tax due – this can be broken down into additional tax payable according to basic rate, higher rate and additional rate.

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