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  • Tax

    How do you value shares in a company

    I own a Company and my wife and I are the shareolders

    roughly 70% and 30% holdings

    If I were to die how are the shares valued in the company

    just for a few figs

    1 million in assets ie BTL

    Mortgages   500k

    so company has equity of 500k

    is it valued by the number of shares divided by the equity

    if so would the share price be £5000 per share

    answers please guys and girls

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    Learn Change and Adapt ?????

    Hi DL .I would be interested in this. But my non financial view is the company isn't worth £500k. That is your personal money you have loaned the company isn't it? So if you took back your loan to the business (to buy your own houses) the company has an income and after costs that is the profit so not sure £500k is the correct valuation of the business .

    Looking forward to an Accountants response as we are in a similar situation and investigating the most tax efficient way to pass on to our kids so whether we give them shares now, or in trust, etc....

    Nice to see a good positive thread on here ??

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    Good post - I am sure this will be of interest to a number of people.

    On the point of passing shares to your children - when the company was set up was that an opportunity to give them a share holding at that point?

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    I'm only scratching the surface of incorporation and am struggling with the same principle. I am about to receive a property currently held in trust, which I intend to sell. A Family Investment Company may be a better solution than a trust to pass this on when I die.

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