Tax Planning for Family and Owner-Managed Companies 2013/14
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Tax Planning for Family and Owner-Managed Companies 2013/14

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This guide is designed to provide an invaluable source of money-saving advice for anyone who advises or runs a family or owner-managed company. It examines a wide variety of tax planning matters from the viewpoint of the company, its working and non-working shareholders and its employees. This fully updated new edition contains effective strategies for dealing with particular problems and opportunities for family and owner-managed companies, including: Extracting funds; Remuneration strategies; Benefits and expenses; Succession planning and passing on the company; Selling and winding up the company; Reorganising shares and trading activities (including share buybacks); Dividend strategies; Employee share schemes and pension scheme strategies. The 2013/14 edition of this essential book contains the very latest tax planning strategies and demonstrates how to keep tax liabilities to a minimum. It is fully updated to the latest Finance Act. Worked examples illustrate complex points throughout, and each chapter concludes with useful checklists of planning points referring to the tax position of different parties. Previous ISBN: 9781847669711
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Product details

  • Paperback | 1110 pages
  • 156 x 234 x 44.96mm | 1,281g
  • Bloomsbury Professional
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 178043166X
  • 9781780431666
  • 1,571,106

Table of contents

1 The Family and Owner-Managed Company, Tax Planning Concepts, and Tax Avoidance 2 Extracting Funds from the Company 3 Shareholding and Corporate Structures 4 Trading Company versus Investment Company Computations under CTSA 5 Remuneration Strategies 6 Personal Service and Managed Service Companies 7 Benefits and Expenses 8 Providing shares to employees 9 Distribution of profits and dividend planning 10 Pension Scheme Strategies 11 Share Issues and Financing the Company's activities 12 Expanding the Company's Activities and Structuring Business Acquisitions 13 Share Transfers, Share Buy-Backs and Company Reorganisations/Demergers 14 Valuing a Family or Owner-Managed Company 15 Selling the Owner-Managed Business or Company 16 Winding-Up, Administration of Companies, and Disincorporation 17 Succession Planning and Passing on the Family or Owner-Managed Company
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About Peter Rayney

Peter Rayney, Peter Rayney Tax Consulting Ltd
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