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|It's a shame you have to pay capital gains tax in the UK. There is none in the IoM. And the funny thing is, lots of mega-rich UK residents just set up a Manx Limited co. and transfer their cash and assets into the co. and from that point onwards are anonymous, and aren't subject to either CGT or corporation tax.
I think they should have incorporated Hurricane GLA Ltd in the IoM, so that if/when they do sell the asset, there'd be no taxes thus more for us in value or dividend.
|Not sure why talk about ISA's is annoying people when probably pretty much most LTH's have their HUR holding in one (94% for me)|
|My money is on Thursday, so I shall book lunch with the Boss at my favourite pub.|
|Zebbo yes again I agree , voila c èst fin|
|gibso6767, why dont you start a new thread elsewhere. No offence but I recon most HUR shareholders are now board stiff with ISA/SIPP talk. On a HUR thread|
|DS yes slightly agree however Tax is a big part of any investment and prudent use of it can dramatically help .|
|Would everyone please concentrate on Hur. This is not a free advice centre.|
|Geordy re HL at last years OO I was told otherwise and the %s allowed re different investments ie SIPP , ISA had to stay with that account .
Can appreciate that SIPP and ISA where limited in the amount you can put in but , I would have thought that the ISA Allowance would be able to be transferred to a trading account .
I have 200,000 in my ISA so if we where allowed let's say 3% of holdings at a reduction of par strike price that would allow me 3,000 shares in other account .
I'm hopefully freeing some other pension funds to transfer to my HL SIPP for this possibility|
|I have talked with both HL and TDW who told me that it would be possible to take up open offers on shares that were held in an ISA through your linked trading account. I would be interested if other people would call HL and TDW to see if they get the same answer !|
|Laser that's true re OO if your maxed out on ISA that particular holdings OO allowance cannot be used in let's say SIPP or Shares Account , however if you've not fully subscribed your £20,000 to HUR or whatever you would be able to subscribe to OO with spare cash or on par possibly with CA ie bonds sell some in possibly anticipation .|
|Could be relevant if we have a future open offer, some providers did not let you take up the oo if your isa was maxed with shares, you need some cash in the isa to pay for the shares. The oo shares which were offered in the Isa could not not taken up or trf to other non ISA accounts. You would have to sell shares in the isa to create cash balance in your isa account
re the above that's what I recollect from some posts on this board re last oo|
|Flexible isa rulesAn example of how a Flexible ISA works If you subscribe £15,000 to a Stocks & Shares ISA with the Flexible facility, you will have a further £5,000 available subscription remaining. Should you withdraw £4,000 from that ISA, your recorded subscriptions with that ISA provider will reduce by £4,000. This means you will have an available subscription of £9,000, which you can pay back into the same Stocks & Share ISA, or split between that Stocks & Shares ISA, a Cash ISA and an Innovative Finance ISA or Lifetime ISA (if you are aged between 18 & 39) subject to the Lifetime ISA allowance.Please remember that you cannot make current year subscriptions to more than one ISA of each type in any one tax year, so the available subscription can only be paid to the ISA it was withdrawn from or to an ISA of a different type.|
|altom -- that's a flexible isa - not all but some major banks allow - was available last year came into force 6th april 2016
check out the shares centre or moneysupermarket -- most are cash only but some are stocks and shares
the dividend tax is also big benefit protected within isa when you do not have a sip option|
|Gibso. I am not sure and need to check this, but I have a feeling that the ISA rules have changed this year and that you can take money out and put it back in during the same year. I AM NOT SURE.|
|If CPR slips to early May so what. Just taking longer to count up to a bigger number!
In essence CPR now relegated to a stepping stone in the raising finance/farm out stage for EPS. We have been told already what (probably conservatively) is in the Lancaster Hot Pot.
This time in 2 years Rodney....|
|Well the Monday after is a Bank Holidsy so I'd say same rayrac|
|Friday is a no no. I'd be very very surprised if it were so!|
|I think this CPR rns will be taken to the wire, maybe Friday before we hear anything, and that anything could be another delay. Fingers and toes crossed indeed.|
|Yes Grey true , and if you look at our MCap for an Oil ( Yes Exploration firm ) without an income or significant secure funding then production at leat 18 months away .
Not deramping as I'm ' Conkers Deep to the Hilt in HUR '.
But to negate these frivolous concerns we have World Class Expertise, very little overheads as in day to day running , past findings that have been oversubscribed with an invite to return .
Our Acreage/ Blocks are slowly but surely being surrounded, this in itself creates a new Hub , Infrastructure ergo cheaper Opex .
With more than probably a spur pipeline plumbed in .
Heck forgotten the elephant in the room we have a mammoth oil field ( see what I did there )
Fingers crossed for a cacophony of 7am bleeps , whistles , clangs to alert us of all of this climbing slowly but surely into fruition|
|Shares can go down as well as up;-)Are you allowed to say that on this board, BH :-)|
|Absolutely LD, not having to even think about CGT in ISAs is a big benefit.Though it does mean when you get it wrong you don't have the satisfaction of being able write your losses off against gains :-)Peter|
|I'm amazed at posters naivety and utter stupidity the Investnents / Tax|
|gibso the fact that you do not have to declare isa's on your tax return means a lot for those that do not understand the complex tax laws cgt etc|
|Gibso6767 - www.fool.co.uk/investing/2017/03/30/hurricane-energy-plc-a-perfect-buy-and-hold-pick-for-your-isa/
The above link does not constitute financial advice from me in any way shape or form. Shares can go down as well as up;-)