When a company or corporate institution has excess cash reserves, in many cases, it is wise for the Company Directors to investigate investments to sweat the capital. Walfrid Private discuss the most suitable options with our clients who have excess cash in their business to negate the potential of “dead or lazy” money.
These corporate investments can be made via the trading company or “off balance” sheets via Holding Companies or Special Purpose Vehicles. Remember, money that stands still is not cashflowing. Wealth is not being generated. Optimise working capital, maximise cashflows. Corporate investments are necessary to avoid closed company surcharge and they attract gross roll-up tax at 25%.