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- DescriptionEMI Share Options: The Complete Guide written by David H J Cohen an ackwledged expert in this field. EMI (Enterprise Management Incentives) is a highly flexible and tax efficient means for small and medium sized companies to incentivise their staff. The exercise of an undiscounted qualifying EMI option will generally t be subject to income tax or NICs and any gain on sale of the shares will be subject only to CGT. In the last 12 months, the Government has given two huge boosts to EMI. First, the individual limit has more than doubled, from GBP120,000 to GBP250,000. Secondly, EMI participants have been given special access to entrepreneurs' relief, which means a CGT rate of just 10 per cent on EMI share sales from 6 April, 2013. Both these changes, particularly the latter, are certain to boost EMI's popularity and to create increased work in this area for lawyers, accountants and tax practitioners. EMI Share Options: The Complete Guide is highly practical with extensive use of questions and answers, examples, decision trees and tables to illustrate and illuminate the key concepts. Contents: 1. Introduction - explaining the background to EMI and putting it in the context of UK employee share incentives generally. 2. How a company qualifies for EMI and the overall limit. 3. How an individual qualifies for EMI and the individual participation limits. 4. How an option qualifies as an EMI option. 5. Tax treatment of EMI options (other than capital gains tax on share sale). 6. Disqualifying events - what they are and how they compare with the qualifying conditions 7. Capital gains tax on sale of EMI shares. 8. Corporation tax relief for the employer. 9. Company reorganisations -impact on EMI options of a takeover. 10. Interaction with HMRC. 11. Company law and employment law aspects.
- Author BiographyDavid H J Cohen is an employee incentives lawyer based in London and is head of the employee incentives group at Norton Rose. He has specialised in the field of employee share ownership for more than 20 years and advises a diverse range of quoted and private companies on all aspects of employee incentives. David has been chairman of the Share Plan Lawyers Group (comprising more than 200 specialists) since he founded the Group in 1988. He is also a member of the Advisory Group set up by the UK Government in March 1999 to work with the Inland Revenue on the development of new employee share schemes
- Author(s)David Cohen
- PublisherBloomsbury Publishing PLC
- Date of Publication30/08/2013
- SubjectFinance & Accounting
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- ImprintBloomsbury Professional
- Content Noteillustrations
- Weight368 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
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