This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse the site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To find out more about cookies on this website and how to delete cookies, see our privacy notice.

Investors’ relief: Business asset disposal relief’s younger sibling!

Shared from Tax Insider: Investors’ relief: Business asset disposal relief’s younger sibling!
By Reshma Johar, October 2021

The ‘helpful sidekick’ of Business Asset Disposal Relief (BADR), formally entrepreneurs’ relief, has been hiding in the wings for three years. It is a CGT disposal relief, which can be seen as a useful net to catch investors who may not be able to benefit from BADR, Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) or The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme (SEIS).

Why you may not have seen the relief in action

Claims for the relief are only available to shares subscribed on or after 17 March and subject to the three-year holding requirement. The first time the relief can be seen in action will be on relevant disposals made in the tax year ended 5 April 2020 onwards.

Where to start

Unlike BADR, this relief is only available to the subscriber of ordinary shares. It will be necessary to determine whether the disposal is a qualifying share, a potentially qualifying

This is one of our 2098 Premium articles

To see this article in full and unlock access to our complete library of 2098 articles click 'subscribe & unlock' below:
SUBSCRIBE & UNLOCK

Subscriptions include a 14 day free trial
+ money back satisfaction guarantee

Start your free trial today

Interested in receiving the latest monthly tax saving tips? Start your 14 day free trial to our newsletters today.