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Entrepreneurs’ relief for sole traders

Your business has stopped trading and you’re selling its assets. You’ll make a healthy capital gain, but the trouble is it’s going to take some time for you to sell the premises. Will this prevent you from claiming entrepreneurs’ relief?

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Tax on directors’ salary, dividends and perks

The taxation of dividends and benefits in kind has changed significantly in recent times. So if you’re considering taking more income from your company, which should you choose for maximum tax efficiency? More...


Minimise CGT when you sell a property

When you sell a property for more than you paid for it you may be liable to tax on any gain you make. But some elements of the sale proceeds should be ignored when working out a gain. What are they? More...


Did Sir Bruce really use an IHT dodge?

It’s been reported that Sir Bruce Forsyth’s will left all his estate to his wife to dodge inheritance tax (IHT) on its £17 million worth. On the assumption he had access to the best tax advice, should you be following his example? More...


Don’t overlook the value of rent-a-room relief elections

Income from letting one or more rooms in your home can be tax free where rent-a-room relief applies. However, if you also provide services to your guests the income might count as a trade. Does rent-a-room relief still apply? More...


Which pension method is more efficient?

In 2015 more flexible ways to access pension savings were introduced. The two most popular options are pension tax-free cash with drawdown and uncrystallised fund pension lump sums. Is one more tax efficient than the other? More...
Last updated: 21.09.2017

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