Thanks for your response. The problem is that the company tax year corresponds to the calendar year (finishes 31 December).
When company gains are realised and dividends are disbursed (by the end of the year), I plan on settling the difference (from loans vs dividend gains). Am I right in thinking I do not need to declare this year's loans (from 1 Jan to 5 April) on my self 2022-23 self assessment and include the net difference (loans vs dividend gains) in the next year's self assessment? I.e when company dividends are disbursed.
I'm a shareholder of an overseas company in the EU. The company has made some loans to me since Jan 2023, by transfering into my personal UK bank account. I plan on repaying the sum of everything loaned during the year before the end of the year.
How should this be reported in my 22-23 self-assessment?