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Company Matters: Making sense of tax exemption rules for start-ups

Question: I understand that Budget 2012 abolished the requirement for certain trading start-ups to pay corporation tax or capital gains tax. I have set up a new venture and I am wondering how I ca

15th January, 2012

This week's expert is Nichola Griffith, tax director, Somers Murphy & Earl

I understand that Budget 2012 abolished the requirement for certain trading start-ups to pay corporation tax or capital gains tax. I have set up a new venture and I am wondering how I can qualify for exemption for one or both taxes?

Budget 2012 extended an existing relief that was first introduced in Finance (No. 2) Act 2008. In simple terms, this exempts start-up...

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