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Entrepreneurs Relief – Important Changes

Entrepreneurs Relief has changed Are you aware of how it affects you? Last year’s Budget announced a number of important changes to Entrepreneurs’ Relief. These changes took effect on 6th April 2019. Entrepreneurs’ Relief is a relief from Capital Gains Tax available...

Airbnb Lettings – Always Check the Lease!

Airbnb Always check the lease   You have purchased a leasehold apartment in a thriving town or seaside resort with the view to sublet, You start out subletting to a family on an Assured Tenancy Agreement (AST) but you have been told you could make a better return if...

What Directors need to know about insolvency

    What Directors Need To Know About Insolvency  Managing cash flow and trying to make the books balance is a challenge which companies can face from time to time. Indicators of financial difficulty become more transparent when the company has many unpaid creditors...

Cookie Consent

Cookie ConsentUseful guidance on the lawful use of cookies  The Advocate General of the Court of Justice of the European Union (the CJEU) has provided us with some guidance on the lawful use of cookies. A cookie is a piece of software which a website downloads onto a...

Shared Parental Leave

  Shared Parental Leave do you need to worry about discrimination?   Since the introduction of shared parental leave, we have often been asked by employers about the concept of enhanced maternity pay. If you pay employees enhanced maternity pay under your...

Who has control of your shares when you’re gone?

    Who has control of your shares when you’re gone? This month’s article flows from a seminar that David Dees, our Corporate Partner and I have delivered twice so far this year. One of the aspects covered is so fundamental, I thought the following might help save...

VAT on Property – the sting in the tail

    VAT on Property – the sting in the tail When buying land you should always consider the VAT implications. The default position is that supplies of land are VAT exempt. This is why residential sales are VAT free. Commercial property is more complicated. Commercial...

How can I incentivise employees?

  Enterprise Management Incentives David Dees, corporate partner in Heald Solicitors, says he often gets asked about how business owners can incentivise valuable employees and even pass on ownership to them.One answer is enterprise management incentive options usually...

Entrepreneur’s relief

  “I often get asked about entrepreneur’s relief”. When does it apply? How can I benefit from it? David Dees, corporate partner at Heald Solicitors, says “I often get asked about entrepreneur’s relief”. When does it apply? How can I benefit from it? Entrepreneur’s...

The End of Section 21 Notices?

A Disaster for Landlords - The End of Section 21 Notices?   The Government has just announced that it is going to consult on abolishing Section 21 Notices the law used by landlords to evict a tenant under an assured shorthold tenancy (or AST). At the outset, it...