Lockdown has seemingly given people a lot of time to think about their financial and tax plans.   Despite the relatively good weather we have had for most of our 
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Winston Churchill: What can he tell us about managing a tax dispute? Tax Planning & Tax Management – Background The weekend saw VE Day celebrations. Despite reports of social distancing 
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Using a non-UK Family Investment Company – Advantages & Disadvantages Please see our full Signpost document regarding Family Investment Companies for more information on these vehicles. Privacy, Anti Avoidance & 
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Family Investment Company vs. Trust – Tax Compassion Setting up a Family Investment Company or a Trust – Comparison & Background This article sets out a side by side comparison of 
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UK Taxation of Family Investment Company Shareholders Income Tax, Dividends, Salaries, Capital Distribution & FICs – Background This article considers the taxation of the shareholders of the company rather than 
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Taxation of a UK Family Investment Company Please see our full Signpost document regarding Family Investment Companies for more information on these vehicles. Tax & Family Investment Companies – Background 
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Case Studies & Examples; Setting Up a UK Family Investment Company… FIC Case Study Background Mr and Mrs Armitage ran (and owned 100% of the shares) a successful construction company 
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UK Unlimited Company as a FIC – Set Up, Advantages & Disadvantages Please see our full Signpost document regarding Family Investment Companies for more information on these vehicles. What is 
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CAPITAL REDUCTION DEMERGERS: A POWERFUL TOOL FOR CORPORATE REORGANISATIONS Introduction The capital reduction demerger provides a powerful tool for facilitating the splitting of activities of companies and corporate groups. It 
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IR35 ARTICLE – PANNONE CORPORATE – OCTOBER 2019 This is an updated and extended version of an article which initially appeared  in a Pannone Corporate newsletter. It takes account of 
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