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Director being given shares-tax implications


Hello,

I don't know if anybody could help, one of my clients was a small company with 2 50/50 shareholders/directors. Back in July last year, they made an employee (who is the brother of one of the directors) a director. They really want to give him shares and make the company a three way equal split. Because he is family can this be done without any tax implications at all?

Many thanks

Nicola



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If only! They would all be at it!

Although - look up gift hold over relief which helps on timing.

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Joanne McCormick

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Hi Joanne,

Thank-you the gift hold helps :)

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