Have you ever looked at your business structure and wonder why is it structured like it is, or why it is not structured some other way?
Do you know that having valuable assets such as cash and property within a trading company could be putting them at unnecessary risk?
What about if you want to sell your trading company but keep the trading premises and want to ensure you do this in the most tax efficient manner?
These are just a small selection of the things our group restructuring experts can address. They have saved clients hundreds of thousands of pounds in relation to tax efficient extraction of properties and other valuable assets in connection with business sales.
If you think your group structure may be something that needs addressing, then please get in touch with us to discuss.
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