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Am looking for some advice on EMI share taxation from an

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Hi - am looking for some advice on EMI share taxation from an employee perspective
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Submitted: 14 days ago.
Category: Tax
Expert:  bigduckontax replied 14 days ago.

What is your problem please?

Customer: replied 14 days ago.
Hi Exercised some EMI share options with effect from 3rd August 2021. They were granted on 9th September 2019. At date of grant the unrestricted market value at the date of grant was £2.22 and actual market value was £2.00. I bought the shares as 1p per share The shares are not listed or tradable as its a privately owned company but there is an option to sell some on 10th September 2021 as an investor is adding funds and so willing to by off existing share holders. Having read various documents I think that I pay PAYE on the difference between the 1p and £2.22 and then 10% CGT on the difference between the £2.22 and £51 they are being sold at. Is that correct ? also - do I pay the PAYE via self assessment or does my company do that ?
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Expert:  Expert Lu replied 8 days ago.

Hello and welcome !

Expert:  Expert Lu replied 8 days ago.

I am an expert with Just Answer and I am happy to assist you with your question.

Expert:  Expert Lu replied 8 days ago.

After reviewing your question you will not pay any Payee on this but you will be entitled to pay CGT at a rate of 10 percent on the gain made.

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