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Earn-out Payments on Business Sales When you sell a business, you may receive some of the consideration up front and another payment later if the business meets certain targets, that later payment is called an 'earn-out'. How this earn-out is taxed can be tricky to work out, as it depends on a number of factors. For example: is the earn-out…
Using the SEIS The seed enterprise investment scheme (SEIS) is designed to help small companies raise modest amounts of funding (up to £150,000). The investor must subscribe for new shares issued by the company (not buy them from another shareholder), and in return he can claim income tax relief equal to 50% of the cost of those shares. If the…
November Key Tax Dates 2 - Last day for car change notifications in the quarter to 5 October - Use P46 Car 19/22 - PAYE/NIC, and CIS deductions due for month to 5/11/2013
VAT on Sale of Commercial Buildings When purchasing or selling a commercial property one of the first things to establish is whether VAT will be applied to the price of the property. Land and buildings are generally exempt from VAT, but 'new' commercial property (i.e. less than three years old) will have VAT applied. Otherwise VAT should only be charged…
Child Benefits When Turn 16 If you have a child aged 16, check whether you are still receiving all the child benefit and child tax credits you expect to. Child benefit and child tax credit both stop automatically on 31st August on or after the child's 16th birthday, but where the child is in approved education or training, the parent…
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