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Business Asset Disposal Relief

Business Asset Disposal Relief on Liquidation in the United Kingdom

What was formerly known as Entrepreneurs Relief is now known as Business Asset Disposal Relief (BADR). It is a tax relief benefit that can reduce the Capital Gains Tax (CGT) that is paid on the sale of the assets of a solvent company that is either being liquidated or sold. When a solvent company is …

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Business Asset Disposal Relief

What is Business Asset Disposal Relief and How Often Does it Work?

When solvent companies are being closed through a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (MVL) process, the directors are able to claim back money through the Business Asset Disposal Relief (BADR) as a way of mitigating how much Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is paid. Formerly known as Entrepreneurs Relief, which was introduced in 2008 to replace Business Asset …

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An Overview of Insolvency Practitioner Services in the UK

As of 2021, there are around 1,600 licensed insolvency practitioners (IPs) in the UK; that doesn’t include the thousands of support staff in the background that help every single one of the UK’s IP in providing comprehensive, professional and highly-experienced insolvency practitioner services for businesses and individuals across the country. But what is involved in …

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Solvent Liquidation in UK

What is the Role and Purpose of Voluntary Solvent Liquidation?

When a company goes into liquidation, it’s not always because of insolvency. There are times when a solvent company opts for liquidation on a voluntary basis. This form of voluntary solvent liquidation is known as a Members’ Voluntary Liquidation (MVL) and is a legal liquidation process to wind up a solvent company. Why choose a …

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