Haydn is a tax partner who provides tax advice and support across all the commercial practice areas. He is a dual-qualified solicitor and chartered accountant with 20 years experience advising on corporate, employment and property tax issues. Haydn has regularly been recommended in Legal 500 and Chambers for his commercial and practical tax advice and has extensive experience in advising management teams, companies, private equity houses and investors on a wide range of corporate and commercial transactions, ranging from mergers, acquisitions, reconstructions and disposals to the structuring of tax efficient joint ventures and investments.
Haydn has particular expertise in advising on the design and implementation of a broad range of employee share schemes and equity incentive arrangements including unapproved and approved share option schemes, growth share schemes, phantom options and nil and partly paid shares.
In addition Haydn regularly advises both public and private sector clients on the tax aspects (and tax efficient structuring) of land and property transactions (ranging from SDLT and VAT to capital allowances and the Construction Industry Scheme), having acted for numerous local authorities, registered social landlords, retailers, developers and private landowners on a wide range of projects ranging from large scale regeneration projects and joint ventures to refurbishment projects and lease renewals and renegotiations.
The replacement of the annual tax return with an online tax account is imminent. Are we ready for it?
In calculating the chargeable gain or loss that arises for capital gains tax purposes on the disposal of an asset, legislation sets out the costs that…
Tax specialist, Haydn Rogan, looks at some of the key announcements from the Spring Budget and what they mean for small and medium-sized businesses.
In the last spring budget, the Chancellor resisted the urge to use some of a windfall provided by revised OBR growth to provide tax reliefs.