Thank you to the professional business advisers who came along to our seminar entitled Reward planning & incentives: past, present and future held at Great John Street, Manchester on 30th March.
For those who were not able to make the seminar, our director Andy Wood started off the seminar by presenting ETC’s tax planning services and areas of expertise – to find out more about this please visit our website.
Andy then went on to speak about the history of ‘Disguised Remuneration’, where these rules currently impact and outlined the bones of the proposed changes.
We were then delighted to introduce Setu Kamal from 15 Old Square Chambers who added meat to the bone, regarding changes to disguised remuneration and the 2019 loan charge.
Sharon Collier from ETC then looked at Employee Ownership Trusts giving a well-received insight into the commercial benefits of using such arrangements and the associated Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax and Income Tax benefits.
Sharon then moved on to Enterprise Management Incentives (“EMI”) discussing tax benefits, the qualifying conditions for the company and the employee and the reporting requirements.
Andy concluded the seminar by talking about SME alternative reward planning ideas, looking at Freezer share schemes, deferred annuity structures for employers and Education and maintenance trusts.
We all then had a well earned drink in the bar.
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