Groups of companies: tax

Tax legislation gives special tax treatment to certain transactions between group company members, such as group and consortium relief and relief for chargeable gains groups. This note considers that treatment. The stamp duty, stamp duty land tax and value added tax position of group companies is also considered.

Tony Beare and Tom Jarvis, Slaughter and May


 

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