Family Business Advice – view our recent webinar

Family business advice was the theme of our recent webinar “Business success in 2022 and beyond” in conjunction with The Business Desk.

Hosted by Shelina Begum, North West Editor of the Business Desk, our Tax Partner and Head of Tax, John McCaffery Discussed a wide range of tax issues pertinent to family businesses (and indeed other owner managed businesses).

Joining John and Shelina was Fiona Wood, Partner at McAlister Family Law and Jim Truscott, Partner at Beyond Corporate, both specialists in the legal aspects of family business related matters.

Topics included structuring and restructuring in a tax efficient manner, planning for the future of family businesses and managing succession and the mitigation of inheritance tax for family businesses.

Other family business advice discussed included the impact of increased inflation and trusts and wills.

You can view the recent webinar below:

Alexander & Co will be participating in several further webinars and in person events in association with The Business Desk later this year, including property and crypto events.

Family Business advice from Alexander & Co

Alexander & Co has been providing strategic advice to a wide range of family businesses for more than five decades, providing a wide range of accountancy and taxation services.

Growing and running a family business presents unique challenges and requires a considered business approach and a different way of thinking. A number of family businesses do not survive the transition to later generations which is why you need specialist advice and assistance from experienced family business accountants.

This is where our tax advisors and accountants for family-run businesses can help. Our family business advisors have a wealth of experience and are here to give you the specialist knowledge to help you utilise opportunities to help ensure your business is a success for generations to come.

For further information on how we can assist your business, please email or complete the form below and we will be in touch.

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