The following Corporation Tax guidance note Produced by Tolley in association with Anne Fairpo provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
This guidance note outlines how an international corporate structure can affect the tax position of UK resident individuals who are shareholders:
gains made in the corporate structure may be taxable on the shareholders personally ― see the Gains attributable to participators in non-UK resident companies guidance note
income arising in the corporate structure may be taxable on the shareholders under the transfer of assets abroad rules
special rules apply to individuals holding shares in offshore funds
In addition, certain reliefs such as under the EMI or EIS schemes require that the group carries on business in the UK. However, other reliefs, such as business asset disposal relief (previously known as entrepreneurs’ relief), are available regardless of where the holding company is located, and regardless of where the group carries on business. See the Enterprise investment scheme ― introduction, Enterprise management incentives and Conditions for business asset disposal relief guidance notes.
It is important to consider these issues when advising an international corporate group, as they will determine the after-tax return to the shareholders.
Similar rules may apply to shareholders resident in other countries, and these should also be considered. Local tax advice would be required f
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