There are specific rules that mean if you are a Director of your organisation you are treated as an office holder by HMRC, and this means any payments you receive for your role as a Director must be as salary and subject to PAYE.
Author: Heidi Fisher
Social enterprises are businesses that have a social or environmental purpose. This means that they reinvest any surpluses they make back into the business in order to deliver more of their social or environmental purpose.
You asked, so I’ll answer – What’s the difference between a CIC (Community Interest Company) and a charity? CICs (Community Interest Companies) and charities are both legal structures that can […]
The phrase social enterprise refers to the way in which you operate and run your business or organisation. So as a social enterprise you have a social or environmental purpose at the heart of your business and reinvest profits to do more good work.