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Gannons Solicitors | United Kingdom | 18 Jun 2019

Incentivising employees? -The battle of options vs shares

Companies operating share plans out perform companies that do not. Why? - because employees feel like they are working for a business they own.

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Gannons Solicitors | United Kingdom | 28 May 2019

Flexible Working - A commentary on recent changes and incoming reforms

There are a rising number of casual staff and consultants as well as a transientseasonal work force which involves flexible payment and working

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Gannons Solicitors | United Kingdom | 10 Sep 2018

HMRC denial of EIS relief

Not every company can qualify for relief for its investors under SEIS or EIS. Sadly, some companies find out once shares have been issued to

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Gannons Solicitors | United Kingdom | 7 Aug 2018

Adoption rate of employee share plans

Ever wondered how many HMRC approved share plans are operated in the UK and how much in terms of tax this is costing HMRC? The technical data

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Gannons Solicitors | United Kingdom | 30 Jun 2018

Tax traps in reorganisations

Tax is commonly a central factor in how reorganisations are structured. Careful consideration needs to be given to tax planning to reduce the risk of

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Gannons Solicitors | United Kingdom | 20 Jun 2018

Reorganisations and demergers - what can go wrong?

It is tempting to view a corporate reorganisation, imposition of a holding company or demerger of two or more subsidiaries as internal and therefore

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