Tax Blog 2017-09-08T10:16:30+00:00

Dividend Planning – Dividend Waivers & Examples

Dividend Planning – Dividend Waivers Here at Enterprise Tax we work with a number of Owner Managed Businesses (“OMBs”) and Small-Medium Sized Enterprises (“SMEs”). More recently there has been a [...]

29 August 2018|

Understanding Family Investment Company Taxation

Family Investment Companies and Estate Planning Family Investment Companies (FICs) and Personal Investment Companies (PICs) are an increasingly familiar feature of the tax-planning landscape. FICs provide a flexible vehicle for [...]

29 August 2018|

Divorce & Capital Gains Tax – The Facts

HANDS OFF MY ASSETS!.. The Capital Gains Tax Consequences of Divorce Divorce can be a tedious affair, but regardless of the circumstances, the capital gains tax consequences cannot be avoided. [...]

29 August 2018|

ETC Summer Social Event 2018

Every now and then the team here at Enterprise Tax like to get together and have some fun and what better time of year than summer 2018... At the end [...]

8 August 2018|

Stamp Duty Rates: 5 Structures for SDLT

Stamp duty rates: the five different charging structures for calculating SDLT What Are Stamp Duty Rates & Exemptions? An Introduction... Stamp Duty Land Tax (“SDLT”) is a tax that is [...]

6 August 2018|

Amending HMRC’s Civil Information Powers

HMRC seeks power to force disclosure of third party information without judicial oversight HMRC has opened a consultation “Amending HMRC’s Civil Information Powers”. According to HMRC, the 'massive change' in [...]

30 July 2018|

EIS & SEIS Schemes – A Gatekeeper named Risk

A new principles-based test has been introduced by the Finance Act 2018 which imposes a ‘risk-to-capital’ gateway condition. The condition is designed to ensure that the schemes focus investment in [...]

30 July 2018|

April 2019 Loan Charge Update; MP Meeting

I write having not long left a meeting with the Liberal Democrat MP, Stephen Lloyd, at Westminster. As those following this issue will be aware, Mr Lloyd tabled an Early [...]

30 July 2018|

Passion Investments: the taxation of collections

The Knight Frank Luxury Investment Index tracking the value of ‘passion investments’ showed an increase in value of 5% over the 12 months to mid-2017, outperforming other safe-haven assets such [...]

30 July 2018|

Tax Advice; Crowdfunding & Taxation

What is crowdfunding? Crowdfunding is a type of a finance model whereby the public are asked for contributions to a project, or business start-up. In view of how crowdfunding platforms [...]

30 July 2018|

Employee Share Schemes; The Facts

EMPLOYEE SHARE SCHEMES – SHARE THE CAKE BUT KEEP YOUR PENNY Employee share (option) schemes are often seen as a key component of the remuneration packages of employees working for [...]

30 July 2018|