Structuring & Restructuring of businessesth
Structuring & Restructuring Of Businesses
Corporate restructuring refers to the act of reorganising the legal, ownership, operational, or other structures of a company for the purpose of serving the needs of its stakeholders. Businesses may restructure for a variety of purposes such as improving its financial position, gaining a competitive edge within its industry , or to reorganise in order to better meet business objectives. Due to time constraints some businesses may overlook the tax implications that result from the restructuring process.
- Changing your share structure
- transferring assets within a group
- acquiring or selling a subsidiary
- splitting the business
- Making a large one-off return value to shareholders.
Churchill tax can provide an overview of the key tax issues, set out a practical solution that achieves your commercial objectives, and ensure that you carry out the reorganisation without paying unnecessary tax.