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Northern Society of Chartered Accountants

At the heart of northern business since 1882

Tax aspects of buying & selling a business

Date: 14 April 2016 13:30 to 16:30

Type: Course, Tax

Organiser: Tyne and Wear

This course deals with the aspects that should be considered when advising clients on buying and selling a company or business.

There are always going to be clients who need to re-organise, expand or exit from their businesses.  These pressures are caused by both the age profile of the UK and the economic cycles we encounter.

Content will include:
  • Advising the purchaser
    • Buying trade and assets v share purchase
    • Protecting trading losses
    • Tax relief for goodwill and intangibles in the light of the F(No2)A 2015 and FRS 102
  • Advising vendors
    • Share sale v trade and assets
    • Planning to avoid the “double charge” on getting their money out of the business
    • Tax treatment of different forms of consideration including the treatment of things like earn outs
    • Entrepreneurs’ relief including property owned outside the company
  • Pre-sale planning where appropriate including reconstructions and demergers
  • Practical points, planning matters and pitfalls

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Venue

Newcastle Gateshead Marriott Hotel Metro Centre

Address:
Metro Centre
Gateshead
NE11 9XF

Tel No: 0191 493 2233

Speaker

Bob Trunchion

Bob Trunchion

As head of tax training at Macintyre Hudson Advisory Services and a consultant for MHA Macintyre Hudson (as a Tax Partner), Bob is ideally placed to bring his expertise to delegates seeking greater understanding of issues such as capital tax planning, the tax implications of buying and selling companies, and trusts and share valuation work. Bob acquired an MSc in Management Science at Imperial before qualifying as a chartered accountant with Coopers and Lybrand – now PwC. Since joining MHA Macintyre Hudson, he has become a recognised authority on the ever-changing tax landscape; with national media keen to solicit his opinion on inheritance tax and other tax related matters.

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