Not sure what you mean by compromise agreement.
He worked for the company for 30 years. the company closed it's business, he was offered a job the other end of the country which he did not take so he took redundancy instead, the package included freezing his pension and selling his SIP shares.
He was not tax on the first 30k (redundancy rules) but was taxed on the other 9k.
His SIPS contribution was taken from his wages so he had already paid tax on this.
If he had worked to the end of tax year he would of earnt 29k (minus tax and insurance)
I am happy to continue to wait for an answer
Hi.Assuming you are referring to a Share Incentive Plan (SIP), there will be no income tax or national insurance contributions to pay on any early withdrawal from the scheme as your husband is deemed to be a "good leaver" by reason of his redundancy.
As for Capital Gains Tax, the first £11,000 of gains made by an individual in any one tax year are exempt from CGT. If the shares are kept in the plan and they are sold within the plan, there will be no CGT to pay on any gain. If the shares are withdrawn from the plan and sold later, then a gain will be made if they are sold for more than what they were worth when they were withdrawn from the plan.
It seems to me that the shares in the SIP were sold within the SIP wrapper and, therefore, there should be no taxable gain. Your husband can check that with his former employer.
Take a look here, here, here and here for more information on SIPs.
I hope this helps but let me know if you have any further questions.