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Don't get burnt by the HMRC when it comes to phoenixing

19th August 2016

This method of avoiding tax is known as ‘phoenixing’: the process of extracting profits from a company, without payment of a revenue dividend, by way of liquidation and then establishing a new company in the same trade (the phoenix company).

Neil Simpson, Tax Partner shares with Bullfax readers, read the full article here.