Client Mr B owns 100% of share capital in Company XYZ LTD. Company is being dissolved and the £100,000 reserves are being distributed as a Capital Distribution.
Mr B is selling the whole share capital of his family trading company to Mr C, and in principle qualifies for the effective CGT rate of 10%.
An individual has 2010-11 income of £30K, and gains arising in the year after budget day, net of any annual exemption and brought forward losses, in the following amounts:
My client (ltd company) are selling goodwill only - their purchaser will walk away rather than buy the company's shares. Company has no other assets.
We have a limited company which provides management consultancy services. Over the last few years we have aggregated a large amount of cash in the business.
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Consider a trading company though which an individual (the shareholder in the company) has provided his personal services for a number of years.