27 Jan 2016, 04:49
windermeredave wrote:I`m retiring in August. that makes me a good leaver.
it is before the 3 years are up in October. so How long after I leave would I expect to get my free share payments? I would imagine I will be given the option to keep or sell.
20 Mar 2016, 22:07
21 Mar 2016, 04:35
Longjon wrote:Is VR classed the same as Retirement,therefore keeping the shares ?
25 Jun 2016, 11:01
25 Jun 2016, 12:29
wacko74 wrote:If I was to hand my notice in on Mon 12th oct (assuming we need to give 1 weeks notice?) Would I still be entitled to my shares issued on the 15th or could RM say that the shares ceased to be mine from the moment I handed in my notice?
This isn't a hypothetical question, I've got a job offer starting the following week!
25 Jun 2016, 14:41
25 Jun 2016, 14:49
wacko74 wrote:Thanks Robert, yes I would still be employed and I would be having to work my weeks notice as I wouldn't have any a.l. left to use... still wouldn't be surprised if RM tried to use some technically that they weren't mine from the moment I hand in my notice, as that's the kind of vindictive employer they are.
17 Oct 2016, 19:21
18 Oct 2016, 11:35
RedBagMan wrote:Ref the resign/retire question - I'm 60 in December - are we saying ALL shares or just the first lot from October 2013 ??
16 Nov 2017, 17:45
16 Nov 2017, 18:36
postiebilz wrote:I'm due to start a new job in December and will be handing my notice in early December.
will I get my shares paid to me on my last wasge slip?
If you leave within three years after being given the Free Shares, you will lose the shares.
If you leave between three and five years after being given the Free Shares, the Trustee will take them out of the SIP and you can instruct the Employee Share Offers administrator, Equiniti, either to sell all your shares or sell enough of the shares to cover any income tax and National Insurance that are due and any costs (commission) relating to the sale of your shares, and transfer the rest of the shares to you for you to continue to hold outside the SIP.
25 Oct 2018, 03:33
25 Oct 2018, 09:47
25 Oct 2018, 13:51
DICK43 wrote:I have just left on IHR, before this I had planned to leave my shares in the Share Incentive Plan which I understand is tax free.
I received a letter telling me that I would now have to either sell(which I don`t really want to do as the market isn`t that good at the moment) or transfer them to the nominee share service.
Will I have to pay any tax or national insurance annually for them for being held for me?.
How does the Share Incentive Plan differ from the nominee share service?, apart from having to pay tax and Nic on any dividend payments..
31 Oct 2018, 15:49
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