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  • NotAllThere
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    Originally posted by NotAllThere View Post
    Just reading how share buy backs, used by the like of Apple, can be more tax efficient than dividends. That being the case, how long will it be before some chancer dreams up a myco ltd scheme attempting to use the same mechanism?
    Three days, it seems.

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  • WTFH
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    Originally posted by ladymuck View Post
    What is MM? In Roman numerals that's 2000.
    Mutual Masterba Moderation

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  • Lance
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    Originally posted by ladymuck View Post
    What is MM? In Roman numerals that's 2000.
    Moistened Minge

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  • jamesbrown
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    Originally posted by ladymuck View Post
    What is MM? In Roman numerals that's 2000.
    Much Mince.

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  • ladymuck
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    What is MM? In Roman numerals that's 2000.

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  • northernladuk
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    Originally posted by NowPermOutsideUK View Post
    That is why I went to the trouble of highlighting the steps that would need to be done
    Five steps to offload a million quid. Load of trouble that was.

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  • WTFH
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    Originally posted by Lance View Post

    Ok. I hadn't though of anything so complex.

    I do wonder why the Swiss resident wouldn't just MVL the company though. He gets the cash directly that way.
    I suspect he doesn't MVL it because it is probably providing a nice tax-reduced income to a few friends and family, and company cars all round.

    Or, more likely, it doesn't exist and he's fantasising about what he would do if he had ever successfully contracted in his life

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  • Lance
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    Originally posted by NowPermOutsideUK View Post

    The same reason that a bloke buys a pile of bricks for X amount - Or that the buyer believes there is inherent value in the business or IP associated with previous contracts

    Believe it or not you can spend your cash on whatever you want and its only a problem if the person spent it has been duped - If someone wants to buy a classic car for ten times its original price what are we know - Or a painting for £XX
    jamesbrown has got your number

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  • Lance
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    Originally posted by WTFH View Post

    Imagine the bloke is an elderly relative.
    They buy the shares in the company, then set up multiple directors/shareholders with one or two love value shares - maybe even including swindlers in Switzerland. Then when uncle Ernie pops his clogs, the family inherit the company and pay less tax on that.

    It's not about ethics, or societal values, it's all about the hard cash. There's nothing else in a hollow life.
    Ok. I hadn't though of anything so complex.

    I do wonder why the Swiss resident wouldn't just MVL the company though. He gets the cash directly that way.

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  • WTFH
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    Originally posted by Lance View Post

    so a bloke with a million pound is gong to buy a company worth a million ponds, for a million pounds, and make no money out of it.
    Sure it'll work. But why? What's the point?
    Imagine the bloke is an elderly relative.
    They buy the shares in the company, then set up multiple directors/shareholders with one or two love value shares - maybe even including swindlers in Switzerland. Then when uncle Ernie pops his clogs, the family inherit the company and pay less tax on that.

    It's not about ethics, or societal values, it's all about the hard cash. There's nothing else in a hollow life.

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