Selling Your Business: How to Pay the Minimum Tax and Boost Your Profits

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WealthProtectionReport, Mar 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 172 pages
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Careful tax planning is vitally important when selling your business. Take the right steps and you can significantly reduce the amount of capital gains tax and income tax you have to pay. Take the wrong steps and you could end up paying a large chunk of your profits to the taxman. This unique guide tells you everything you need to know about paying less tax when you sell your business.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
SELLING A COMPANY
5
Disposal Procedures
7
Capital Gains Calculation on Disposal
12
The Key Reliefs
24
Other Reliefs
44
Share Exchanges
50
Earn Outs and Deferred Consideration
62
Introduction to Part 2
123
Closing Year Rules
124
Capital Allowances
126
Losses Closing Year Rules
130
VAT
132
Capital Gains Tax
133
Allocating the Proceeds
143
Emigration
146

Tax Planning Prior to Sale
71
Other Tax Planning Options
78
Selling Assets Instead of Shares
93
When an Asset Disposal Can Produce a Lower Tax Bill
100
Hive Downs
115
SELLING A SOLE TRADER BUSINESS
121
Conclusion
147
Appendix A Payment of Tax
149
Appendix B Capital Allowances
152
Taxcafe Question Answer Service
158
Other Taxcafe Products
159
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