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    Quote Originally Posted by JRCT View Post
    As your wife is already your partner (I presume), then you've already spent the 150 per head.

    P.S. It's your Ltd that claims it for her as your partner or an employee. She doesn't claim it as an employee.

    And, as Graeme says, it can't be over 300. You say 'about 300'. If your Ltd has spent 301, then you can't claim any of that.
    But you could spend 300 through the company, pay the rest in cash personally and then get away with claiming it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MicrosoftBob View Post
    But you could spend 300 through the company, pay the rest in cash personally and then get away with claiming it....
    As long as you have a receipt saying 300. Plus it doesn't have to be all in one session. 150 is the amount per year with no BIK.


    What I do find strange is that the OP is considering making his wife an employee for only two months and this is the first question he asks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pondlife View Post
    As long as you have a receipt saying 300. Plus it doesn't have to be all in one session. 150 is the amount per year with no BIK.


    What I do find strange is that the OP is considering making his wife an employee for only two months and this is the first question he asks.
    As long as the company paid 300, then you're OK.

    As I understand the rules, if you paid it personally and are claiming it back, then it's a no-go.
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    So, is his wife a lapdancer? We need to know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MicrosoftBob View Post
    But you could spend 300 through the company, pay the rest in cash personally and then get away with claiming it....
    I'm sure you could get away with anything if you covered your tracks. If that's how you wanted to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pondlife View Post
    As long as you have a receipt saying 300. Plus it doesn't have to be all in one session. 150 is the amount per year with no BIK.


    What I do find strange is that the OP is considering making his wife an employee for only two months and this is the first question he asks.
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    I claimed only 300GBP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramesh View Post
    I claimed only 300GBP.
    How did you do that without asking the forum?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pondlife View Post
    As long as you have a receipt saying 300. Plus it doesn't have to be all in one session. 150 is the amount per year with no BIK.


    What I do find strange is that the OP is considering making his wife an employee for only two months and this is the first question he asks.

    But it does have to be an annual event. So you could have Christmas outing and summer BBQ. But a night at the flicks for a new release isn't going to cut it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramesh View Post
    I claimed only 300GBP.
    Did you spend exactly 300 (with a receipt)? If you spent more, then the whole thing becomes a BIK.

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