The QCA sent a letter, drafted by the Tax Committee, to the Chancellor prior to the Emergency Budget, outlining some key areas that QCA members would need assistance with. The letter cautions against raising Capital Gains Tax hapazardly and argues that there may be room to introduce a taper relief regime similar to that which existed prior to April 2008, in order to attract long-term investment into the small and mid-cap quoted company sector. It also discusses the need to widen the scope of Venture Capital Schemes, reduce complexity in the tax system and allow for the inclusion of AIM shares in ISAs.
QCA Budget Representation Summary
Will your company be caught by financial promotions regulations? Ian Brent, a Partner at Davies Arnold Cooper, explains the implications for quoted companies.