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What is an Age 18–25 trust?The special category of Age 18–25 trusts was introduced by FA 2006 to offer some compensation for the loss of old style accumulation and maintenance (A&M) trusts. The A&M regime offered exemption from IHT charges on trusts in favour of children and young adults up to the
The vast majority of companies will have loan relationships and so will need to consider how they are taxed under the loan relationship rules. There are also specific provisions dealing with relevant non-lending relationships and other deemed loan relationships. Companies are generally taxable on
Companies Act 2006 allows a company to repurchase its own issued share capital, provided certain conditions are met. This type of transaction is sometimes referred to as a ‘share buyback’ or a ‘purchase of own shares’.The repurchased shares can either be immediately cancelled, which is typically the