Documents related to 'company shares or securities reorganisation clearance letter'

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Purchase of own shares reporting letterRegardless of whether you have applied for advance clearance, where capital treatment has been applied to a share buy-back, you must report the transaction to HMRC.Reporting to HMRCOnce a share buy-back has take... Read more
11 Feb 2015
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 Election to transfer gain or loss to another group company Where a company makes a capital gain or loss in respect of an asset, it may jointly elect with another company within the same group to transfer the gain or loss to that company. The effect... Read more
08 Jan 2015
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Letter
Purchase of own shares clearance letterFor unquoted trading companies, the amount received by a shareholder on selling their shares back to the company may be treated as capital rather than as a distribution provided certain conditions are met. To pr... Read more
11 Feb 2015
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Option for special method of cost apportionmentIf you sell a piece of land which is part of a larger estate, a little known concession could save you some tax.General ruleThe general rule for any part disposal of an asset is that the amount of the or... Read more
29 Sep 2017
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Election to disapply incorporation reliefWhere you transfer your sole trader or partnership business to a company, this process is often referred to as incorporating your business and it counts for capital gains tax purposes as if you had sold it.Whe... Read more
16 Nov 2016
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Holdover relief claimWhen you give away an asset for no consideration, or knowingly sell it for less than it's worth, you will be charged capital gains tax based on the market value. However, you might be able to make a claim to hold this gain over de... Read more
04 Jan 2019
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Claim for private residence relief to apply to a former homeWhen a marriage fails, tax planning is vital and sometimes urgent or avoidable tax liabilities can arise. An example of this is capital gains tax and the matrimonial home. Where one spouse (... Read more
26 Apr 2017
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CGT rollover relief claim When you've sold an asset that was used in your business, and this results in a capital gain, it's possible to defer or even avoid tax on this by claiming rollover relief. Selling a business assetCapital gains tax (CGT) applie... Read more
29 Jul 2009
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CGT negligible value claimIf you own an asset that has become of negligible value, i.e. worthless, you can make a negligible value claim to HMRC which entitles you to treat the asset as if it were sold for nothing. The effect of this is to create a c... Read more
13 Nov 2009
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Exchange of joint interest relief claimIf you swap a joint interest in land or buildings to rationalise your ownership for no proceeds, you may be able to defer a capital gains tax charge.ReliefWithout any form of relief on any reallocation of intere... Read more
11 Dec 2018
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