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Vol 21 No 9 Sept/Oct 2016

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Share Incentives for Employees

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ISBN13: 9780851219592
ISBN: 0851219594
Published: November 1993
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Format: Paperback
Price: Out of print

This book describes the range of employee share schemes available in the United Kingdom and explains how to use them in practice. It looks at the background and framework of employee share schemes, and then gives detailed practical advice, often by reference to case studies and cash flow examples. The considerations of company law, Stock Exchanges listing requirements, institutional investors and the Inland Revenue are all covered. Written to reflect how work is done in practice, this work uses examples, checklists, and case studies drawn from real life transactions and provides tax planning tips - making it a highly practical guide to the tax considerations of share incentives for employees. * covers lucrative, problematic and topical areas of personal and business tax * written to reflect how work is done in practice * uses examples, checklists, case studies drawn from real life transactions * provides tax planing t.

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coverage continued ..sPhantom Schemes - when shares are not availablesDisclosure in accounts - requiremets of company lawsBest design for the future, the combined plan, sco-ownershipsGuidelines of the Association of British InsurerssDraft guidelines of the National Association of Pensions FundssShare Scheme Guidance sModel CodesSpecimen Trust Deed and Rules for PSSS andsshareholder informationsSpecimen Rules for SRSOS and shareholdersinformationsSpecimen Rules for ESOS and shareholdersinformationsShareholder circular for EST and RSSsConventional Option Gain v Combined PlansComparison and per centage difference.