The following Owner-Managed Businesses guidance note Produced by Tolley in association with Julie Butler provides comprehensive and up to date tax information covering:
One of the assets transferred on incorporation is the business goodwill, which can then be used to create a loan account which can be drawn tax-free. There are specific tax treatments in respect of any goodwill transferred both for the person transferring it to the company and for the company acquiring it on incorporation, these are set out below. However, it is first necessary to consider the valuation of the goodwill.
It is essential that a careful approach is taken to the valuation and recognition of goodwill, as this is liable to be challenged by HMRC. In order to be transferred to the company, the goodwill must, in HMRC’s view, be free, ie not personal goodwill which remains with the individual running the business, and not attaching in some way to the property. If it does attach to the property, a higher property valuation should apply for which there is no corpo
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