Despite insolvencies being an a record low in over a decade, a large number of businesses are voluntarily closing down due to the economic uncertainty around coronavirus and fears over a possible increase in Capital Gains Tax.
You may go into a marriage with the soundest of intentions, but the best laid plans of mice and men mean that business owners must be aware of the tax implications if a relationship that also runs into business ownership begins to fall apart.
Chancellor George Osborne announced in his Budget speech that he intended to place a lifetime limit of £100,000 on the capital gain which can be exempt from capital gains tax (CGT) acquired under Employee Shareholder Agreements entered into after 16 March 2016.
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CGT – Cable Gets Tough, or Cable Goes TotallyDoolally. The planned capital gains tax rise is a profound threat to enterprise and must be scrapped. We need your support.
Philip Yea is not impressed. From whichever angle, he doesn't see it as good news.
Alistair Darling has promised to work with four of the UK’s leading business groups on possible changes to those controversial capital gains tax measures announced in the pre-budget report. But he’s unlikely to scrap the proposed 18 per cent CGT flat rate.