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If both the shareholders are going out of thw business altogether then any gain made on the sale of their shares would be entitled to Entrepreneurs' Relief. This limits the Capital Gains Tax (CGT) to a flat rate of 10% as opposed to the current normal rate of 10 or 20% (18 or 28% if dwellings).
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