/ Share Buy Back

Typically, a company will buy back its shares when a current shareholder wants to reduce or more commonly totally end their involvement with the company. 

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–  Share Valuation

–  HMRC Clearance

–  Buy Back Agreement

–  Form SH03 and SH06

–  Register Updates

Share buy back overview

The other shareholders may not want to, or may not have the funds to buy the shares from the departing shareholder. A number of conditions must be met for the buy-back to be valid under company law. The way in which the buy-back is structured can have a significant impact on the departing shareholder’s tax bill. Where the conditions are satisfied, the proceeds from the buy-back are taxed as a capital gain; otherwise, the proceeds are taxed as a dividend. Companies House and HMRC must be notified of the buy-back.

Fixed fees agreed upfront

All project work we undertake for our clients is provided for a fixed and all-inclusive fee that we’ll always agree with you upfront. From financial modelling, EIS work and business valuations, we’ll work with you and your legal advisors (when required) to navigate and complete your current project work.

Switch accountants

Subject to your approval of our quote, switching to us from your current accountant is easy. We’ll handle the entire process for you and ensure a smooth handover in a timely fashion. 


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