Reasons to outsource your administration to a seasoned share scheme professional
SIP - take the first steps towards employee ownership
Why is their recent report so down hearted on employee share schemes?
Do not let the administration of your share scheme become a total nightmare
A strong argument for issuing shares, but at what value
We re recruiting! Join our fantastic team at the RM2 Partnership as a Share Plans Assistant
How attracting and retaining staff need not break the bank if cash is tight
Evidence exists that employee ownership can make a difference
An update on the taxation of share options with an appeal by HM Revenue & Customs
Dividend shares are often the forgotten relation in the Share Incentive Plan dynamic
Have a look at a case study of a successful Share Incentive Plan
Is it time to start thinking about business alternatives
It's clear these are unprecedented times - business as usual, but not business as normal
Business as usual, much of our work is conducted via phone, email or video call
The impact of Automation and AI on the concept of work was discussed at the Robert Oakeshott Lecture
Our advice is to step back, slow down and look at the five basic points before you press go
Save yourself a headache, we can prepare & file your returns for you.
If you run a private company, or your company isn’t listed on the main market, you are probably…
Have you broken your share scheme? Are you stuck on the nitty gritty?
Last year we made predictions - this year we have a wish list!
We take a look at the big and small stories of the year....
Does the SIP solve Labour's Employee Ownership Questions?
Exploring the fundamental elements in establishing and running an employee share scheme
One of the first questions when setting up a share scheme is should I give shares or options.
I was inspired to make myself a little bit famous and play with Lego!
We are recruiting! Join our fantastic team at the RM2 Partnership as a Share Plans Assistant
We continue to meet the demanding requirements of this standard
Have you done yours, & what will HM Revenue & Customs accept as a reasonable excuse?
Vermilion Holdings Ltd vs HM Revenue & Customs - will HMRC appeal the judgement?
A fantastically tax efficient share plan for both the employees and the company
Dealing with bad leavers without attracting judicial disdain
Market leading share scheme and EOT consulting business converts to full employee ownership
Do you have a last minute rush and panic, or do you plan ahead and have everything wrapped up?
The Jack Fitzpatrick Memorial Lecture - progress on a succession solution
The Share Incentive Plan ("SIP") sounds far too good to be true, so what are the rules?
Don't slip up with your plan administration, it's not worth the fines issued by HMRC
The IA published a revised version in November, what changed?
We make five bold predictions for what might happen in employee ownership
We take a look at the big and small stories of the year...….
We translate the tedious legal jargon for you in a case about entrepreneurs relief
Entrepreneurs’ Relief changes - noting the particular impact on Enterprise Management Incentives
Employee ownership implemented correctly & communicated strongly can make a difference.
What does the Labour Party’s announcement mean for employee ownership?
It's important that you have a clear idea of what your shares are worth at the outset.
There are certain legal requirements that company directors, in particular, need to know
The First Tier Tribunal has ruled director loan accounts written off were taxable as ….
Employee ownership, and in particular EMI schemes are at their most popular level ever.
No need to publish a prospectus if certain conditions of total consideration are met
Today we received an email from HMRC agreeing a valuation for an EMI share scheme...
If you’re running an employee share scheme is it always obvious who your employees are?
HMRC are not known for accepting excuses for late filing of your share scheme annual returns
As we approach the end of the tax year our Operations Team start to think about share plan returns
It may be appropriate for employers to discriminate based on age, but only in certain circumstances
Dealing with share plan returns sounds pretty unexciting – until you get a penalty for not doing it…
The Chancellor recently answered an online question, regarding the tax advantaged SIP
We recently published an outline checklist for putting in place a share plan. Step one on that…
The default tax position for employees acquiring shares in their employer is a charge to income…
Administering a Share Incentive Plan (SIP) is easy, isn’t it? It can be done in house, can’t it?...