The following Owner-Managed Businesses guidance note Produced by Tolley provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
This guidance note explains the tax rules that apply when a partner leaves a partnership. For the position when a new partner joins the partnership, see the Admitting a new partner guidance note. A partner joining or leaving a firm can also have an effect on the capital allowances or capital gains position, see further the Capital allowances - partnership changes and the Capital gains of a partnership guidance notes.
For the rules which apply when the partners stay the same, but there is a change in the profit sharing ratios, see the Allocation of partnership income guidance note.
A partnership exists if two or more individuals are doing business in common, sharing profits and losses, see the Is there a partnership? gui
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