Since you, as a partner in the bank, receive more favorable terms than your company, you take out the loan and grant it to the limited liability company. When granting shareholder loans, there is no difference to the classic loan. If it is not or only partially possible to raise bank loans, it may grant the company a shareholder loan to the company. The interest expenses have a tax-reducing effect on the company as operating expenses.

Shareholder loan from a company partner to his company

Shareholder loan from a company partner to his company

Hello, how do you correctly book the loan in the category SR03 granted by a company shareholder to his company? Example: a) company shareholder grants his company an unlimited loan of the order of EUR 1000. Supplementary question 1: On which (own) account other obligations of the company are booked to the booked company shareholder, eg the interest of the company Loan due to its shareholder?

Supplementary Question 2: In commercial law, shareholder loans are considered to be equity-equivalent, as the shareholder loan in the event of insolvency is generally considered to be subordinate to the obligations of the company to third parties. By contrast, the tax authorities appear to regard shareholder loans as debt. By clicking on this field it will be displayed in full size. For which (own-) account other obligations of the company are booked against the company-partner, eg the interest on the loan owed by the company to its partner?

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Why not to the same bank account, if the interest payments are not paid, but flow into the loan? Why not to the same bank account, if the interest payments are not paid, but flow into the loan? By clicking on this field it will be displayed in full size.

This is not to be recommended, at least as a permanent solution, as unpaid interest payments could cause the tax authorities to disregard the overall interest rate agreement and cast doubt on interest deduction as an operating expense. By clicking on this field it will be displayed in full size. In any case, there are no shareholder loans under the item equity in § 266 HGB.

This is not to be recommended, at least as a permanent solution, as unpaid interest payments could cause the tax authorities to disregard the overall interest rate agreement and cast doubt on interest deduction as an operating expense. By clicking on this field it will be displayed in full size. Motive: Interest on shareholder loan:

A shareholder of a company grants the company a loan and demands 7% interest.

A shareholder of a company grants the company a loan and demands 7% interest.

The loan has a value of 800,000? and a term of 5 years. Shareholder loan: The A company has from the shareholder during the year 2015 of the year 60. 000?. Do the shareholders have to keep the private account statements for possible tax audits?

Shareholder loan: Accounting In January 2015, the managing partner used two different loans from the company. Part of the loan was paid by him in 2015 and 2016, and it is a bit open to me. In case of liquidation: The A company is left open. The manager has another loan.

The shareholder to 100% is a different person than the managing director. Now the managing partner does not have to repay the loan.

 

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