Is there a way to grant control (51% voting rights) to the management of a subsidiary without transferring ownership?
Sorry to be beating this horse to death, but I am still confused about the interpretation of ESM2051 available here:
I received my EE invoice today and it says that they will be taking the money out of my bank account tomorrow! I have the money in the bank but what for people who have very little spare money?
Put a post up a few days ago and still confused on this.
Can a company claim R&D tax credits for the first half of an accounting period, where they have submitting a grant claim for the second half of an accounting period?
We act for a number of husband and wife companies who either receive the usual £700-£800 per month salaries or one of them nothing if they work elsewhere as well.
Hoping someone nice on here can help.
Got a UK company with a branch in the US. It is a PR/Media company and so a branch is required in the US for face-to-face meetings etc.
The business I work for currently acquires a large portion of its customers through pay per click advertising on Google.
Hope you are doing well,
This tax payer is seeking Enterprise Investment Scheme CGT exemption (aka disposal relief) after selling their shares.
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