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Correcting information on the register at Companies HouseCompany information is filed at Companies House to comply with legal requirements and is available to the public. It is therefore important that it is accurate. What should you do if you realis... Read more
UPDATED15 Jan 2019
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Data protection obligations summaryEvery company holds onto personal information of some sort, about its staff, customers, business contacts and others. Make sure your company abides by its data protection obligations. Personal informationThe retenti... Read more
UPDATED15 Jan 2019
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Making an application to court under the Companies Act 2006There are occasions that require a company to make an application to court. Our summary takes you through the procedure. When is a court application necessary?There are numerous occasions in ... Read more
UPDATED15 Jan 2019
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Company reorganisations summaryThere are different types of company reorganisation. These transactions require professional advice; use our summary to guide you through the jargon.Dividing a business upA business may need to be split up for a number ... Read more
UPDATED08 Jan 2019
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Company sale comparisonWhether you're buying or selling a company, there are various factors that influence the structure of the deal. The main decision is whether to enter into a share sale or an asset sale. Our comparison explains the main features ... Read more
UPDATED08 Jan 2019
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Directors' duties summaryAll directors know that they have to abide by their duties when running their companies, but what exactly are they? Our summary explains them in turn. General statutory dutiesThe Companies Act 2006 specifies a director's genera... Read more
UPDATED08 Jan 2019
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Entrepreneurs' relief checklistWhen you sell or transfer all or part of your business you might be entitled to claim entrepreneurs' relief in respect of any capital gain you make. This means that the maximum rate of tax that will apply will be 10%. How... Read more
UPDATED04 Jan 2019
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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
UPDATED04 Jan 2019
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Agricultural flat rate scheme letterIf you operate a small farming business, you might qualify for a little known scheme that can give your cash flow a boost.When is the scheme available?The agricultural flat rate scheme (AFRS) is available to a wide... Read more
UPDATED04 Jan 2019
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PSC checklistAll companies must keep a register of people who have significant control over them. Use our checklist to make sure you have taken the required steps to identify the right people. What is a PSC?A "person with significant control" basically... Read more
UPDATED19 Dec 2018
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