Topical Tips

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PLEASE NOTE: The Archive is a historical resource and by the very nature of these tips the details of tax law might have changed since they were published, so contact your Barnes Roffe partner before acting on any matter contained in these tips.

July 27, 2001

TT5: Reward valued employees paying only 10% tax

The 2000 Finance Act introduced an exciting new share option scheme aimed at smaller trading companies that need to help recruit or retain key employees. Following changes to the rules made by the 2001 Finance Act, the scheme was broadened to include all employees.
July 23, 2001

TT4: Can we get the VAT back?

In a previous issue of Topical Tips, we highlighted the different tax treatment that arises when a business buys vans for employees to use privately rather than cars. One area of difference is VAT.
July 22, 2001

TT3: Cut the Tax on Your Investments

In Issue N0.2 of Topical Tips we explained how Business Asset Taper Relief can mean that substantial gains realised on the disposal of businesses can attract an effective tax rate of only 10% if the asset is owned for a relatively short qualifying period (currently four years- but see below).
June 22, 2001

TT2: Taper Relief is What You Need

As any businessman knows, the time when you make real money from your business is when you sell it. Obviously there are lots of issues to consider in connection with the sale process: How much will you get? When should you sell it? etc., etc.
May 22, 2001

TT1: Avoid the Company Car Tax Trap

Company cars seem to be regarded as a soft target in the game of increasing taxes. The current tax year (ending on 5 April 2002) is the last year for which the existing tax regime will apply.
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