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I want to make my child a shareholder in my company. What do I need to consider?

There are some benefits to making a child a shareholder in your company, firstly for the child themselves. After all, the shares are a capital asset that should increase in value over time. Allotting shares in a family business to a child can form part of longer-term inheritance tax and capital gains tax planning. Income[...] Read more »

Pre-mortems: how thinking about the worst outcome can be best for your business

‘A pre-mortem in a business setting comes at the beginning of a project rather than the end, so that the project can be improved rather than autopsied.’ Gary Klein, Research Scientist, in Harvard Business Review With a few gloomy months behind us and predictions of financial turmoil ahead, the business environment has become increasingly uncertain.[...] Read more »

A quick guide to Company Voluntary Arrangements

With stories of struggling retailers dominating the news, we look at a common route for insolvent businesses: the CVA, or Company Voluntary Arrangement. The CVA was originally designed as a ‘consensual restructuring vehicle’ that had none of the stigma of administration. Under a CVA, the directors of a struggling company would retain control of the[...] Read more »

How ‘Forgotten’ Tax Deductions Can Put More Money into Your Business

Congratulations! After years of planning, blood sweat and tears, you’ve finally set up your own business. You’ve put thought into your company name, branding, website and staffing. But what about tax savings? Here are some tax breaks that could free up money to put back into your business: Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) You can claim[...] Read more »

Is it time to merge your business with another? Or, on the contrary, time to de-merge?

Business is, in many ways, similar to personal life; there are highs and lows, advantages and pitfalls. In the business world these high points might mean the “marriage” of a merger, whilst the lows could be represented by “divorce” – a de-merger. First, let’s look at a simple explanation – the difference between a merger[...] Read more »

Start-up costs

One of the most crucial parts to planning your new business is working out how much money you need to launch your business. Only then can you think about how you’re going to raise it. Providing it doesn’t get in your way of being able to operate effectively, keep your start-up costs to a minimum.[...] Read more »

EMI Share Option Schemes

EMI (Enterprise Management Initiatives) share option schemes are part of a plan to incentivise employees in order to keep them within a company. They can provide substantial tax options, although they are boxed in by complex rules, which have to be examined in detail each time an EMI option is granted. Which companies qualify? There[...] Read more »

Protect Your Start-Up: Why You Need A Shareholders’ Agreement In Place

A start-up path is much like a roller-coaster and the future is unknown. It is important to have your best interests protected. Rather like a pre-nuptial before a marriage, shareholders agreements act in the same way, looking after your best interests should your business hit unchartered waters. Putting such an agreement in place is often[...] Read more »

Brexit: Keep Calm And Carry On With Your Growth Plans

A month on from the referendum and we still have a long road to travel on our way to separation from the EU. We are still uncertain when will Article 50 be triggered and indeed if we will remain part of the free market. Whilst these and many other questions are left unanswered, it is[...] Read more »

How Networking Can Help You Grow Your Business

Networking can feel like a daunting prospect, especially if you’re starting your network from scratch. It can be tempting to think you don’t need to do it and rely on work from existing customers or inbound marketing. But the truth is, if you want to grow your business, networking is an invaluable way to do[...] Read more »


 

 

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