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Guide

An introduction to EMI share options

Share options granted under the Enterprise Management Incentive Scheme (usually referred to as EMI options) are a popular choice for SME and start-up companies who want to reward and incentivise employees in alternative ways to simply paying them more amounts of cash.

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Guide

An introduction to EIS and SEIS tax efficient investing

Where a start-up or SME company is looking for external investment, and one or more individuals are looking for investment opportunities which can provide significant tax advantages, it is well worth considering the Enterprise Investment Scheme (“EIS”) or the Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (“SEIS”).

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Hear from Paul Ray and Jonathan Edwards on the latest industry developments

Our banking & finance partners, Paul Ray and Jonathan Edwards, give an update on an important legal development that has been proposed in the finance sector.

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Legal update

16 January 2019 Entrepreneurs Relief from CGT: changes to the 'personal company' tests on share sales

When individual employees or directors sell shares in a trading company, or a holding company of a trading group, they may be able to claim entrepreneurs relief ('ER') from CGT on the sale of their shares in that company.

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Legal update

14 November 2017 Paradise lost? The release of the Paradise Papers and implications for local authority property investments

Whether coincidental or not there has also been a lot of political and press attention paid to the world of local authority investments, some of which also involve the ‘O’ word-offshore.

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If we want to use shares to incentivise people to join us, what are our options?

Beth Dowson, a tax specialist, highlights some things to think about when using shares to recruit, retain and incentivise employees.

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Legal update

19 May 2017 General election 2017 - what do the main parties manifestos mean for financial crime and regulation?

With the Conservative Party manifesto now published we consider the proposals put forward by each of the three main parties in England in relation to financial crime and regulation.

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Guide

FAQs - Converting to academy status

These FAQ are designed for single schools looking to convert to academy status, a group of schools wishing to form a multi academy trust or a school looking to convert and join an existing multi academy trust.

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Legal update

12 July 2016 Brexit the opportunities and challenges facing retailers practical steps you should be taking now

Retailers already reeling from the effects of the National Living Wage, gender pay gap reporting and with huge rises in business rates on the horizon are now facing radical uncertainty as a result of the UK's decision to leave the EU.

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Legal update

12 May 2016 Government anti-corruption drive to target UK corporations

The Prime Minister today announced plans to introduce new offences targeting corporations who fail to prevent fraud and money-laundering.

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