Capital Gains Tax
Capital Gains Tax Accountants before selling a business, you meet with a accountant in Glasgow or local tax accountant and get an estimate on how much of your proceeds will be going directly to HMRC if you pay them in a lump sum at time of sale. You don't want to save this surprise for after all is said and done, because not only will it most likely be a shock, but you will have given up your chance to do anything about it.
Selling Your Business Depending on how the business is sold, the gains may be taxed as long term capital gain, short term capital gain, ordinary income, etc. and if you are selling an asset in a ltd you may face double taxation speak to your Glasgow accountant for advice. So, the idea is to minimize your tax bill and maximize your proceeds no matter what situation you are in.