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Whatever your eventual reasons for exiting your business, planning an exit strategy will enable you to minimise your tax liabilities to derive maximum value from the transaction.
It’s never too early to start thinking about your exit from your business.
At some point, you’re likely to want to pass on your business to the next generation, or to sell it to a third party.
Tax is a complex and pervasive issue impacting every stage of the exit planning process, meaning that arriving an effective exit strategy requires a long term approach.
It covers many areas, including how your business is structured, its tax position, whether you are selling business assets or selling shares, or maximising available tax benefits such as Entrepreneurs Relief and Business Property Relief.
All of these things can impact both the attractiveness of your business to potential purchasers, and your potential liability to Capital Gains Tax and other risks such as double taxation.
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Working alongside your professional advisers, it’s no surprise that specialist tax advisers can often identify extra opportunities for you to save tax, across a variety of personal and business areas. After all, they're experts in their field.
To discover how much additional tax you might be able to save, please complete the form below and we’ll introduce you to a specialist tax adviser to discuss your requirements.
Your initial conversation will be without charge and without any commitment to go ahead.
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