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Richard Holme

Richard Holme is a tax partner at Creaseys LLP of Tunbridge Wells. He can be contacted by email. He is also chairman of the PrimeGlobal UK Private Client Group.


Conditions for claiming personal tax reliefs

Problems to avoid if you want to claim entrepreneurs’ relief

Planning opportunities for maximising business property relief

Practical issues of entrepreneurs’ relief

How has the revamped regime for non-domiciliaries settled in? RICHARD HOLME and PAULA BASLEIGH find out
RICHARD HOLME and OLA MAJCHERCZYK consider whether there can be a better tax shelter than investing in wine
Tax advisers cannot afford to ignore the planning gain supplement. RICHARD HOLME explains why.

Potential Planning Problem

RICHARD HOLME and JANET PATERSON of Creaseys Tax Consulting examine the proposed planning gain supplement.

RICHARD HOLME and ELIZABETH ROBERTSON of Creaseys ask if the death knell has been sounded for the unincorporated business.

Will a long-serving employee get the 10 per cent rate? RICHARD HOLME and ELIZABETH ROBERTSON of Creaseys Tax Consulting explain.

EMPLOYEE SHAREHOLDERS IN quoted trading companies have high expectations of getting the headline 10 per cent capital gains rate after 5 April 2002, but many will be disappointed. Although such shares became business assets for taper purposes on 6 April 2000, employees may need to plan carefully to achieve the 10 per cent rate generally available from 6 April 2002 for disposals of business assets held for two years.

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