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Where disincorporation relief is not available, there are potentially some unfortunate tax consequences of disincorporation depending on the assets held by the company and the proprietor’s own position. It is important that tax advice should be sought in advance.
Disincorporation of a company and transferring the trade to the proprietor’s sole trade has the following tax effects:
chargeable assets (which usually includes goodwill at market value) which are transferred
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