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The client says: 'I want to get rid of my company.' You say: 'I need an update on the tax rules of striking off.'

And here it is a complete update in a webinar on the tax consequences of an MVL vs striking off.



tax issues of insolvency vs striking off

The 35 minute webinar is a comprehensive review of the tax issues of the two main options to end a solvent SME.


Engaging slides to maintain attention.


Sensible duration length ensuring it can be completed


Packed with content



The webinar contents

The webinar looks at the anti-avoidance and practical tax planning points.

·         The 3 options facing the company

·         The liquidation option and how it works for solvent companies

·         How does strike off work and what it isn’t?

·         What are the conditions to strike off a company?

·         The tax treatment for shareholders on liquidation

·         What is the tax treatment for a striking off?

·         The £25000 limit and how it works

·         What are the options if there is more than £25000 to be distributed?

·         The transactions in securities (TiS) rules and why they affect SMEs

·         The TiS conditions explained

·         The TAAR anti-avoidance rules explained

·         Why phoenixing must be considered and what it is

·         The TAAR conditions – A B C and D. Which are most important and must be considered?

·         Using HMRC examples to show how this impacts even the smallest SME

·         The points to watch out for on accounting periods

·         What to do about director’s loan accounts and the impact of s455

·         What to consider for cash-rich companies and BADR

·         The trading company rules

·         Repeated insolvency and non-payment of tax


You can view a sample of the CPD tax training webinar here:












tax webinar lasts 35 minutes
Tax webinar lasts 35 minutes




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