How can we can help?
We understand that tax can be a complex and ever-changing landscape for business owners. Our team will take the time to get to know you, your business, and your plans and aspirations. This enables us to tailor a solution to support you on your journey.
Our team is up-to-date with the latest technical insights, regularly circulates tax news and runs workshops for clients to keep you well informed.
We recognise that businesses do not operate without their owners, so all of our business tax advice considers the needs and requirements of other stakeholders in the business, such as owners, directors or employees.
Supporting you on the journey
In addition to the compliance services (preparation and submission of tax returns) that you would expect, we can advise clients on the following specialist services:
- Business start-up and structuring
- Remuneration planning
- Research and development tax credit claims
- Patent Box relief
- Group tax issues, including group relief claims, group payment on account arrangements, substantial shareholding exemptions and group reconstructions
- Employee incentive planning
- Share option schemes — including Enterprise Management Incentive schemes
- Exit and succession planning
- Company purchase of own shares
- Mergers and acquisitions
- Demergers and other business splits
- Transfer-pricing and interaction with overseas tax regimes
Making tax digital
As the deadline date has been delayed once again in late 2022 for making tax digital, it has offered businesses time to draw breath. However, the new deadline will be here before we know it.
What does this mean for you?
Making tax digital is a key part of the government’s future tax administration strategy. It will mean businesses and individuals to keep digital records of their accounts, use software that complies with the Making Tax Digital requirements, and submit quarterly updates (which will bring the tax system closer to real-time).
When are the deadlines?
Any VAT-registered business must keep digital records and file tax returns using compatible software.
If you are self-employed or a landlord, then you will be required to follow the Making Tax Digital requirements for income tax from:
- 6 April 2026 – if you have annual property or business income of more than £50,000
- April 2027 – if you have annual property or business income of more than £30,000
Do you need help preparing your business for the changes? If so, speak to a member of the team today.
Tax Investigation Fee Service
We’re here to help you manage all tax enquiries. It’s vital to be led by the most up-to-date specialist advice and guidance when dealing with HMRC, so why not let us lighten the load? Find out how we can help you here.
Meet the team to grow your business
Director – Transaction Tax
Senior Tax Manager
Senior Tax Manager
Corporate Tax Supervisor