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Will TAAR cause you problems on company distributions? (New Share Rules)

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HMRC are currently consulting on new rules to start in April 2016.

The consultation is focusing on Capital Gains Tax (CGT) ways to extract money from companies to create Target Anti Avoidance Rules (TAAR) covering:

  1. A disposal of shares to a third party
  2. A distribution made in a winding up
  3. A repayment of Share Capital including Share Premium
  4. A valid purchase of own shares in an unquoted company

Here are the examples of ‘problems’ HMRC want to resolve, Example 1 is ‘moneyboxing’ and/or ‘phoenixism’ and sometimes involves ‘special purpose vehicles’

Example 1

Example 2 involves creating a holding company…

Example 2

The consultation ends on the 3rd February 2016, the results are likely to be controversial!

steve@bicknells.net


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