LLP stakeholders: Financial reward and ownership under the Finance Act 2014

20 Aug 2014

Over the past six months, much of the emphasis in UK firms operating as limited liability partnerships (LLPs), particularly those with fixed-share partners, has been on looking to ‘fail’ condition C of the new Finance Act 2014 in terms of maintaining the self-employed status of their partners for tax purposes and ensuring those partners have sufficient capital at risk in the business. This has been due to most advisers considering condition C as the surest route to establishing with HMRC agreed self-employed status and hence maintaining the National Insurance Contribution (NIC) levels of both LLPs and their members.

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