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Good morning all,
Just a quick question.
My partner is receiving a pension lump sum in the tax year 11-12. I understand this is tax exempt.
We are a small business in Cardiff and have recently won a Technology Strategy Board grant (£160k over 3 years).
I have a client who is now a practising medical doctor and I have to complete a tax return for an earlier year in which he was finishing his training in a hospital.
If you receive a grant for funding a business, is this treated for tax any differently or just as capital?
has anyone got any links on this subject?