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Satwaki Chanda

Satwaki Chanda is a tax lawyer with over 15 years tax experience, having worked for City law firms and a Big Four accountancy practice.

He has experience in a variety of matters, including corporate transactional work, advising entrepreneurs and SMEs, investment funds and real estate planning.

He is currently occupied with his website Tax Notes (taxnotes.co.uk), an educational site containing articles on UK taxation, with a particular emphasis on business and property taxes.
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CGT—business asset disposal relief (formerly entrepreneurs' relief)
CGT—business asset disposal relief (formerly entrepreneurs' relief)
Practice notes

This Practice Note is about business asset disposal relief (BADR, formerly entrepreneurs’ relief), which is a reduced rate of capital gains tax (CGT) for certain disposals of business assets. This Practice Note covers the scope of the relief, the conditions that must be met, the way relief is calculated (including the lifetime limit), and its application to share-for-share exchanges. This Practice Note was produced in partnership with Satwaki Chanda.

CGT—investors’ relief
CGT—investors’ relief
Practice notes

This Practice Note is about investors’ relief, which is a reduced rate of capital gains tax (CGT) for individuals who invest in unquoted trading companies, without being involved in the management or operation of the business. This Practice Note was produced in partnership with Satwaki Chanda.

Secondary tax liabilities of companies
Secondary tax liabilities of companies
Practice notes

This Practice Note is about the ways in which a company may be liable for taxes that are primarily the responsibility of another person (secondary liabilities), in the context of a company takeover. This Practice Note is produced in partnership with Satwaki Chanda.

Other work

Secondary tax liabilities—table
Secondary tax liabilities—table

This table summarises the provisions under which a company may be liable for taxes that are primarily the responsibility of another person (secondary liabilities), in the context of a company takeover. This table is produced in partnership with Satwaki Chanda.

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