Incorporating and Disincorporating a Business

By: General Editors: Mark McLaughlin and Jackie Anderson
ISBN: 9781526507693

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About Incorporating and Disincorporating a Business

Incorporating and Disincorporating a Business, Third Edition provides clear, detailed and practical guidance on the tax issues, planning points and pitfalls which may be encountered when incorporating a sole trader or partnership business, or when transferring a company’s business to a sole trader or partnership. This authoritative handbook includes detailed coverage on all tax issues that might apply to small businesses, including income tax and NICs, CGT, IHT, VAT and... Read more

About Incorporating and Disincorporating a Business

Incorporating and Disincorporating a Business, Third Edition provides clear, detailed and practical guidance on the tax issues, planning points and pitfalls which may be encountered when incorporating a sole trader or partnership business, or when transferring a company’s business to a sole trader or partnership.

This authoritative handbook includes detailed coverage on all tax issues that might apply to small businesses, including income tax and NICs, CGT, IHT, VAT and stamp taxes as well as in-depth content on how to deal with legal and accounting compliance issues.

Since the publication of the last edition in early 2016, there has been significant legislative change reflected in several Finance Acts. This edition has been updated to reflect those changes. The changes include:

Entrepreneurs’ relief: the relief restriction on the acquisition of goodwill from related parties (FA 2016) and subsequent changes to the relief conditions (FA 2019)
Dividend tax reforms (FA 2016)
The ‘anti-phoenixism’ targeted anti-abuse rule (FA 2016)
Change in tax rate for loans to participators (FA 2016)
Capital allowances changes – including increase in annual investment allowance and the new structures and buildings allowance (FA 2019)

The practical assistance contained within this book includes numerous worked examples, key point summaries, pro-forma elections and tables comparing the overall tax position for incorporated and unincorporated business owners, including the comparative tax impact of a bonus vs dividends.

This edition includes a chapter on the complex area of incorporating a limited liability partnership and a new chapter on incorporating a rental property business. The user-friendly structure features ‘signposts’ at the beginning of each chapter to provide a useful summary of the main points and ‘focus points’ which highlight important issues in each chapter. Tax practitioners, accountants and business proprietors will all benefit from the expert guidance offered by this book.

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Why incorporate?
Appendix: Incorporation – level of profit for advantage
Chapter 2 Income tax and cessations
Chapter 3 National Insurance contributions
Chapter 4 Capital allowances
Chapter 5 Capital gains tax
Chapter 6 Stamp taxes
Chapter 7 Inheritance tax
Chapter 8 Value added tax
Chapter 9 Goodwill
Chapter 10 Legal issues
Chapter 11 Accounting and other considerations
Chapter 12 Assets held outside the company
Chapter 13 Corporate profit extraction
Chapter 14 Close companies
Chapter 15 Anti-avoidance
Chapter 16 Employment status
Chapter 17 Incorporation of a rental property business
Chapter 18 Incorporation of a limited liability partnership into a limited company
Chapter 19 Why disincorporate?
Chapter 20 Disincorporation – tax issues for the company
Chapter 21 Disincorporation – tax issues for individual shareholders
Chapter 22 Disincorporation relief
Chapter 23 Winding up the company

Publishing Details

Publication Date: 25 April 2019
ISBN: 9781526507693
Binding: Paperback
Edition: 3
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