Briefing

Entrepreneurs & Family Business Group E-briefing Winter 2011-12

Posted by : Richard Lane | Date posted : 31/01/2012

Welcome to our Winter 2011/12 E-briefing. 

In this edition we continue our well-received “Young Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting a Business” series with Part 2, which considers which legal ownership structure is right for your business.

Our Private Client team also takes a look at Lasting Power of Attorney arrangements, often given less attention than Wills which may be to your business' detriment.

Many of you know that Entrepreneurs Relief was extended in the first Budget of the coalition Government and here we explain how you can sell your business as tax efficiently as possible for you and your family.

Finally, we provide an update on our sponsorships of the Young Guns awards and Family Ties conference, after spending a very enjoyable day at both.

We hope you will enjoy this edition. If you have any comments, please feel free to contact the authors of the articles or the head of the Entrepreneurs & Family Business Group, Richard Lane.

To read the Young Entrepreneur’s Guide to Starting a Business - Part 2 please click here

To read Why do I need a Lasting Power of Attorney? please click here

To read Selling your business now or in the future? please click here

 To read How effective are “effective” pre-nuptial agreements? please click here

 To read about our sponsorshop of the Young Guns and Family Ties events please click here 

 

If you require further information on anything covered in this bulletin please contact Richard Lane(richard.lane@farrer.co.uk) or your usual contact at the firm on 020 3375 7000.