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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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Newcastle Gateshead Marriott Hotel Metro Centre

Metro Centre
NE11 9XF

Tel No: 0191 493 2233


Bob Trunchion

Bob Trunchion

Bob Trunchion is a Tax Principal with MacIntyre Hudson LLP and is one of their tax lecturers.

After service in the Royal Navy, Bob qualified as a chartered accountant with Coopers and Lybrand where he specialised in corporate taxes. On moving to MacIntyre Hudson, he broadened his scope to deal with all types of taxation.

He has a wide range of tax knowledge and lectures on a range of subjects including the tax implications of buying and selling companies, capital tax planning, trusts and share valuation work. He is also specialist in a number of industries or niches such as solicitors, farmers and the medical profession and on the professional indemnity insurance aspects of tax work.

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