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Tax-efficient termination payments - what’s new?

One of your clients is looking to encourage a director to resign, and feels this can be achieved with a tax-efficient termination package. Following changes in 2018, how are termination payments now taxed and what pitfalls should be avoided?

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Selling the company to staff - the tax implications

Your clients have built up a successful company with a tight-knit team. They are looking to retire but have no descendants and don’t want to sell to a competitor. A management buyout isn’t appropriate either, so what solutions could you discuss? More...


Is the cost of a medical procedure a taxable benefit?

One of your client’s employees needs a back operation. They can get it done at short notice privately which would allow them to continue working, but this will be expensive. What will be the tax consequences if your client pays for the cost of the operation? More...


Changes to SME R&D tax relief ahead

The 2018 Budget announced some proposed changes to the repayment of R&D tax credits for small and medium-sized businesses. How will these proposals affect what your clients can claim? More...


Loans to directors - is there a tax charge?

One of your clients is confused about when a s.455 corporation tax charge applies to loans made to directors. They have asked for your advice ahead of any payment becoming due. What myths can you dispell for them? More...


Avoiding pitfalls with the cash accounting scheme

One of your clients has cash-flow problems because his customers take a long time to pay their invoices. The cash accounting scheme may be helpful, but are there any pitfalls to be aware of which might make it unsuitable? More...
Last updated: 21.05.2019

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