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  1. In today's podcast, Rob & Rob make the assertion that in a Ltd company you pay tax twice: once as corporation tax, then as income tax. I'd disagree with that assertion, at least on the face of it, as: - Any money taken out of the company as a salary will reduce your taxable profit, and thus reduce your corporation tax. In effect, this means that you either pay income tax or corporation tax on that block of money. - Any money taken out as a dividend will have corporation tax deducted, but it won't, necessarily, have income tax taken, as there is a dividend allowance that everyone gets r
  2. Hello all, I'm looking to invest in my first BTL soon. Has anyone got any experience with Provestor you're willing to share? Thanks, Alex
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