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Autumn 2016 Newsletter


Attached is the Autumn 2016 edition of our newsletter. Our lead stories for this edition are:


  • Changes to entrepreneurs’ relief Entrepreneurs’ relief is important for all business owners but there have been changes that could affect directors so it’s key that you know what they are.
  • Tax on investments: new opportunities Valuable opportunities have opened up recently to save tax on investments.
  • Loans rates rise for close companies The rate of ‘temporary’ tax charged on loans to participators in close companies has been increased from 25% to 32.5%, with the increased rate applying to loans made on or after 6 April 2016.
  • Implications of Brexit for tax and business The vote to leave the European Union has triggered a period of uncertainty for the UK economy. The UK’s future relationship with the EU will not be clear for some time.


We hope you enjoy reading the newsletter. Please get in touch if you need help or advice on any of the topics covered.


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