Company Tax Planning Handbook 2015/2016

Company Tax Planning Handbook 2015/2016

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September 2015 Edition - Updated For The March 2015 Budget And The July 2015 Summer Budget The highest rate of personal income tax for 2015/2016 is 45%. However the highest headline rate of tax a company pays is 20% (from April 2015). This provides a significant incentive for many people to use a UK company for trading or investment purposes. However, company owners need to consider both the company tax position as well as their own individual tax position. This book looks at a number of tax planning issues for company owners and considers both corporate and personal tax planning opportunities available. It is updated for the latest changes for 2015/2016 and includes numerous new sections. Subjects covered include: How Much Salary To Pay In 2015/2016 To Minimise Tax? All About The Tax Changes To Dividends From April 2016 Whether It Is Still Worth Using A Company After April 2016 Should You Be Using A UK Company? Ways To Reduce Corporation Tax Financing A New Company Tax Efficiently Using a Directors Loan Account to Reduce Tax New Proposals For Disclosure Of Beneficial Owners New Capital Allowance Rules Qualifying For inheritance Tax Relief When Your Company Has Large Cash Balances Watch out for The new anti avoidance rule on the transfer of corporate profits The Patent Box and The 10% Rate of Corporation Tax When non resident companies are within the UK corporation tax regime Trading in the UK with a UK company or LLP Liquidating companies in 2015 Maximising Tax Relief On The Purchase Of Business Premises Transferring Property Assets Out Of A Company Making Your Company Investor Ready For EIS Relief The Seed EIS Scheme Splitting A Company's Activities To Reduce Tax Using A Holding Company Should You Rent Property To Your Company? Tax Planning For Your UK Company If You Leave The UK Transferring A UK Company Overseas Using A UK Company In Offshore Tax Planning Setting Up An Offshore Subsidiary Of Your UK Company To Reduce Tax Structuring Your Business Prior To A Disposal Qualifying For Entrepreneurs Relief If Your Company Has Large Cash Balancesshow more

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  • Paperback | 150 pages
  • 148.6 x 214.1 x 18.5mm | 358.34g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1507731094
  • 9781507731093
  • 2,467,783