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    I bought the flat for £100k in 2004, and sold it...

    I bought the flat for £100k in 2004, and sold it in 2018. This was in Croydon (zone 5), and the flat was above a shop, so not super luxurious! However, there are good train lines from there into...
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    If you've got spare money each month at the...

    If you've got spare money each month at the moment, I'd definitely suggest overpayments. There might be a limit on this (e.g. 10% of the January balance per year), but that depends whether you're...
  3. Just to clarify something, is the director loan...

    Just to clarify something, is the director loan money that you owe to the company or money that the company owes to you? I think everyone else has assumed the former, in which case a personal loan is...
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    I looked into this a while back, when I made a...

    I looked into this a while back, when I made a will. Right now, I'm the sole director and shareholder of MyCo Ltd. When I die, someone else will inherit my shares, and they can appoint a new...
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    (Apologies if I've missed the sarcasm/hyperbole.)...

    (Apologies if I've missed the sarcasm/hyperbole.)

    According to gov.uk, the national living wage (25 and up) is currently £8.72/hour. At 37½ hours per week, that's £327/week = £17,004/year. So,...
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    My main advice is to use solid cable rather than...

    My main advice is to use solid cable rather than stranded. (Solid is intended for a patch panel or wall socket, stranded is intended for the cable between your PC and the wall socket.)
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    I suggest that you stick with your current...

    I suggest that you stick with your current accountants for now (i.e. keep paying their fees until you're square with HMRC), then transfer to another accountant. I'm with Crunch, and in May 2019 they...
  8. 58% sounds about normal from my experience; I...

    58% sounds about normal from my experience; I assume that it depends on your daily rate, and therefore how much PAYE they estimate. Also on whether you're making pension contributions.

    Quantifying...
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