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incentivising staff?
Staff who feel more involved and incentivised in a business perform better and are more productive – it’s one of those ‘win-win’ situations.

Give us a call and see if we can help with your staff retention

Incentivising staff?

Do you wish your employees thought more like you as the business owner and were more accountable and productive? Offering them the chance to share the rewards of business success could be the answer – with an employee share scheme.

Great way to reward achievement

Do you wish your employees thought more like you as the business owner and were more accountable and productive?

A share scheme is a great way to incentivise your team and depending on which scheme you choose, can also offer many tax advantages. RJP are experts in advising companies on setting up tax efficient employee share schemes.

We will help you

  • identify the best share scheme to suit your company’s circumstances and objectives;
  • prepare company valuations and agree them with HMRC;
  • put the scheme in place from start to finish;
  • complete annual compliance paperwork and;
  • advise you and your staff on the most tax efficient ways of selling your shares.

Wide range of options

If you are a growing business looking to innovate and disrupt your industry, share schemes offer a means to recruit and retain top talent. They enable you to compete with much larger corporates and established employers, who may be offering large salaries and extensive perks.

Whether you choose a share scheme or a share option scheme such as the EMI enterprise management incentive, we will take you through the pros and cons of each to find the right solution.

Come and talk to us about share schemes and other ways we can help strengthen your company.

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31 July 2020 - Normally an important deadline!

All taxpayers due to make self-assessment tax payments on 31 July 2020 can now delay their payment due to the disruption caused by Coronavirus. This includes self-employed taxpayers and also company directors who pay self-assessment tax on dividend income.

Read more in our coverage of Coronavirus and business support from the Government.