I have about £60k -£80k available in my limited company to invest each year. How can I best use this?
19 July 2021
Question by Kev
I am a small business owner and have used the maximum £40k allowance for personal pension for both my wife and myself. I have about another £60k -£80k available in my limited company to invest each year (in addition to my £40k pension). How can I best use this - I do not need to earn an income from it - but I want to invest it through my company. Thank you.
Answered by Rachel Efetha
Thank you for your question. Have you previously maximised your annual allowances for pensions? If not you're allowed to carry forward unused allowance for three years, so let's say you have paid £30k each into a pension for 2018/19, 2019/20 & 2020/21 then you would have £30k unused allowance for each of those tax years, meaning that you can pay an additional £30k each during the tax year 2021/22.
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