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Maternity policy
Our policy statement sets out the statutory rules relating to maternity leave and pay. It ensures employees fully understand their rights and entitlements, as well as their obligations in relation to notifying you of their pregnancy, their expected date of childbirth and when they want their maternity... Read more
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Type: Policy
Making an application to court under the Companies Act 2006
There are occasions that require a company to make an application to court. Our summary takes you through the procedure. When is a court application necessary?There are numerous occasions in the Companies Act 2006 that call for court approval or allow an interested party to apply to court to resolve... Read more
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Type: Document
Correcting information on the register at Companies House
Company information is filed at Companies House to comply with legal requirements and is available to the public. It is therefore important that it is accurate. What should you do if you realise there's an error? Registrar's powersThe Registrar of Companies has various powers to correct errors in documents... Read more
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Type: Document
Data protection obligations summary
Every company holds onto personal information of some sort, about its staff, customers, business contacts and others. Make sure your company abides by its data protection obligations. Personal informationThe retention and processing of personal information is governed by the EU General Data Protection... Read more
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Type: Document
Company sale comparison
Whether you're buying or selling a company, there are various factors that influence the structure of the deal. The main decision is whether to enter into a share sale or an asset sale. Our comparison explains the main features of each type of sale. Asset or share sale?As with many business decisions,... Read more
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Type: Form
Company reorganisations summary
There are different types of company reorganisation. These transactions require professional advice; use our summary to guide you through the jargon.Dividing a business upA business may need to be split up for a number of reasons, for example for tax or accounting purposes, to enable people to run different... Read more
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Type: Document
Directors' duties summary
All directors know that they have to abide by their duties when running their companies, but what exactly are they? Our summary explains them in turn. General statutory dutiesThe Companies Act 2006 specifies a director's general duties that govern their overall conduct in relation to their company. Our... Read more
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Entrepreneurs' relief checklist
When you sell or transfer all or part of your business you might be entitled to claim entrepreneurs' relief in respect of any capital gain you make. This means that the maximum rate of tax that will apply will be 10%. However, to qualify there are conditions that you and your business must meet.When... Read more
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Type: Checklist
CGT EIS deferral relief claim
 Investing in enterprise investment scheme (EIS) shares gives you an opportunity to defer capital gains tax (CGT) that would otherwise be payable.claiming reliefEIS deferral relief, sometimes referred to as EIS reinvestment relief, can be used to delay and ultimately (sometimes) reduce a CGT bill... Read more
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Type: Letter
CGT unpaid proceeds claim
If you sell an asset and the buyer fails to pay all or part of the proceeds, and you are unable to recover them, you can claim a reduction for the amount of gain chargeable to tax. Consideration payable after saleWhere you sell an asset and agree with the buyer that payment can be made by instalments,... Read more
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Type: Letter
Unincorporated business trading loss relief claim
If you've made a loss in your sole trade or partnership, you can claim relief for it against tax payable on your other income for that year or the year before. If any loss remains you can claim relief against your capital gains in the year of the loss or the previous year.Trading lossesYou can't offset... Read more
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Type: Letter
Holdover relief claim
When you give away an asset for no consideration, or knowingly sell it for less than it's worth, you will be charged capital gains tax based on the market value. However, you might be able to make a claim to hold this gain over depending on exactly what the asset is.When is relief available?There are... Read more
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Type: Letter
CGT rollover relief claim
When you've sold an asset that was used in your business, and this results in a capital gain, it's possible to defer or even avoid tax on this by claiming rollover relief. Selling a business assetCapital gains tax (CGT) applies to profit you make when you sell a business asset. If this results in a... Read more
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Type: Letter
Non-resident CGT charge election
Since 6 April 2015, non-UK residents have been liable to capital gains tax (CGT) on disposals (sale or transfer) of UK residential property. Where this rule applies the cost of the property for CGT purposes (the "base cost") is its value at 6 April 2015. However, an election to use a different base cost... Read more
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Type: Letter

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