Selling your Business

selling your businessIn buying or selling part or all of a business you need to be aware of what your business or the business you are buying is worth and the tax implications of buying/selling.

Taxless have experts who have looked at the commercial and tax implications of this many times and can assist you during the process.

It is good business practice to look at least 3-5 years ahead of selling your business so the sale value can be planned. If buying, it is important to be aware in advance of any tax implications. This includes selling your self employed/partnership business to a new limited company you own as outlined in our business structure review above.

Who is this for?

  • Sole traders /partnerships looking to bring in a new partner or selling whole business
  • Sole traders/partnerships looking to buy part or all of a business

selling a small businessIndicative Fees

Our fees start at £150+ vat upfront for an initial review. Ongoing fees of purchase/sale depend on due diligence activity, negotiation, valuation and other activity required.