This follows up my earlier question
Employee/director was given shares in the company in 2009 and is now disposing of them to the company
I'm looking at the CGT implications = Entrepreneurs relief but have found this in the HMRC website
You also do not pay Capital Gains Tax when you dispose of:
employee shareholder shares - depending on when you got them
Employee shareholder shares
To be an employee shareholder, you must own shares in your employer’s company that were worth at least £2,000 when you got them.
You won’t usually pay Income Tax or National Insurance on the first £2,000 worth of employee shareholder shares you get before 1 December 2016.
Selling your shares
You might not pay Capital Gains Tax when you sell shares. It depends on when you signed your employee shareholder agreement.
Before 17 March 2016 (she signed 02/08/2010)
You only pay Capital Gains Tax on shares that were worth over £50,000 when you got them - which they weren't
Can this be true that she'll pay no CGT although the gain is over £200000??
AWEB help me not go mad by telling me why it's rubbish