Corporation Tax: Corporation Tax is a tax on the profits of limited companies and some other organizations, including clubs, societies, and associations. The tax is calculated on the company’s profits, which are reported in the company’s annual tax return, from CT600.
At our accountancy practice, we can assist you in preparing and filing your company’s corporation tax return, making sure that you claim all of the available deductions and reliefs, and ensuring that you meet all of the relevant deadlines set by HM Revenue & Customs.
Capital Gain Tax
Capital Gains Tax: Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is a tax on the profit made when you sell or dispose of an asset that has increased in value. The tax is payable on the gain, which is the difference between the cost of the asset and the amount you receive when you sell it. There are various allowances and reliefs that can reduce the amount of CGT that you have to pay.
At our accountancy practice, we can advise you on the CGT rules and help you to calculate and report any gains or losses on your tax return, from SA108.
Tax Advisory services involve providing advice and support to businesses and individuals on a range of tax-related matters, including tax planning, compliance, and disputes.
Our accountancy practice offers tax advisory services, providing you with expert guidance on how to minimize your tax liabilities while ensuring that you comply with all legal requirements set by HM Revenue & Customs.
Tax Investigation is a formal investigation conducted by HM Revenue & Customs into an individual’s or a business’s tax affairs. This can happen at random or as a result of a specific suspicion. The investigation can cover a wide range of tax-related issues, including income tax, corporation tax, VAT, and capital gains tax.
At our accountancy practice, we can represent you during a tax investigation, ensuring that you comply with all legal requirements and minimizing the risk of penalties or fines.