A recently signed client wants some help with regarding setting things up in his new limited company (set up 3 months ago) in the best way so that long term his young children (both uner 10) might benefit and he wouldn't have CGT many years down the line if the company was successful and he wanted to pass things on to his children.
Could his children be made shareholders from now so if the company grew they would benefit from owning those shares? Would a different class of shares help or would that confuse things longer term? Dividends I assume would be taxed on the parent until the children are 18?
Can the Company make pension contributions for the children at such an early stage?
Are there any good articles anyone might be aware of covering this type of planning?