I myself run a limited company in the UK. The bank offers me a free Visa card only if I make any payments using the card. The problem is that sometimes I don't need to buy anything for the company at all, and then I'll have to pay for the card. My question is - can I pay by this card for my own stuff (I mean coffee in town, shopping, etc.), and then deduct it from my salary? I want to have the card because there are months, when I have to pay a few bills by card (for the server, domains, etc.), but I don't want to pay card fees, if I don't use it.
You should talk to a UK accountant. But what you suggest is not how things should be done in the US, and proably the UK.
It is important to have an easily identifiable paper trail that proves what are business and what are personal expenses. Deducting things from your salary obscures what is being deducted. So I would bet your accountant will not like that idea.
There are two basic ways to handle this situation.
I reverse it, pay for everything with my personal card, get the points, and then expense all those charges to the company.
You can do, as long as your accounts balance and tax return is correct. Is it worth the complexity of keeping track for the sake of a few quid though?