Business Tax

With the complex changes in UK and global tax we understand that every client is unique.

We seek to identify means to reduce your business tax liabilities with our knowledge of corporate business tax legislation and years of experience in various different industry sectors. We can advise on the best time for capital expenditure and help you reach your economic objectives through strategic financial planning.

 

We can offer support and advice regarding

  • Corporation Tax
  • Income Tax
  • Payroll Tax including PAYE and National Insurance Contributions
  • Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) Tax
  • IR35 Tax Rules
  • Stamp Duty and Stamp Duty Land Tax

Our fully qualified team of Tax Advisors, offer up-to-date knowledge and experience of all aspects of corporate and business taxation and can provide support to ensure that your business is fully compliant with all corporate tax requirements.

 

Why choose us?

  • Fully-qualified team of advisors
  • Tailored services shaped around the needs of your business
  • Dedicated Tax Group with experience across a wide range of industry sectors

 

Our Tax Group Commentary on Business Tax Aspects of:

2017: Spring Budget

2016: Autumn Statement | Spring Budget

2015: Autumn Statement | Summer Budget | Spring Budget

2014: Autumn Statement | Budget 

2013: Autumn Statement | Budget

2012: Autumn Statement | Budget

2011: Autumn Statement | Budget

 

Our Tax Group “A Brief Guide to...” Publications:

 

Get in touch with your local office and speak to one of our specialist advisers about our Business Tax services.



 
Latest Blogs in Business Tax
 
Lisa Smith
8th June 2020 COVID-19: Missed VAT Deferral – Opportunity to claim refund

In March 2020 HMRC announced that businesses had the option to defer VAT payments falling due between 20 March 2020 and 30 June 2020 until 31 March 2021.  An important step in taking  advantage of this easement is to cancel your Direct Debit.  Where you have failed to do this and your VAT payment has…

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Nick Edgley
20th April 2020 COVID-19: Capital Gains Tax (CGT) 30 day reporting changes

When UK resident individuals, trustees and personal representatives dispose of residential property it is important to be aware of the Capital Gains Tax (CGT) reporting changes now with us where the unconditional contract is signed after 6 April 2020, usually this is the date of exchange.   Generally a return in respect of such a…

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Harriet Sim
17th April 2020 COVID-19: July POAs

With an increasing pressure on the government to provide financial support to UK taxpayers during the COVID-19 pandemic, amongst other proposals, the government announced the option for taxpayers to defer the payment of their second payment on account for 2019/20. Provided the required payment is made before 31 January 2021, no interest charges will be…

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Ian Piper
14th April 2020 Home Working: What expenses can employees reclaim?

As a consequence of the Covid-19 lock down, most employees who are able to work from home, and who have not been furloughed, are now working from their private study, spare bedroom, dining room table, etc. So what home expenses can these employees reclaim, tax free, from their employer:   Supply of a mobile phone…

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Lisa Smith
7th April 2020 COVID-19 – Furlough for IR35 Workers in the Public Sector

The Government has issued guidance notes to clarify the extent to which the Furloughing arrangements can be offered to all public sector workers including contingent workers being paid under PAYE, through an umbrella or their own personal service company.  This means that the scheme can be offered to those individuals who:   work through a…

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Ian Piper
30th March 2020 Coronavirus Related VAT Deferral: Cancel DD with Bank

It is fairly well publicised now that as part of the Government’s financial support package for businesses during this Coronavirus outbreak, these businesses can, if they wish, defer their next VAT payment(s) (those due between 20 March and 30 June 2020). Interest and penalties will not be charged on such a deferral. What was not…

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Ian Piper
11th March 2020 Budget 2020: What’s in it for TechCo’s?

As Chancellor Rishi Sunak sits down after presenting his first Budget to the Commons, the headlines will all relate to tackling Coronavirus and increased spending on our public services. Reading the small print, however, which is released by HMRC straight after the Budget, announcements that will be of interest to clients running technology companies include:…

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Amanda Newman
11th March 2020 2020 Budget For small Businesses

What does today mean for small businesses, some of the highlights: National insurance threshold increased to £9,516 Corporation tax stays at 19% Increase in the recently introduced Structural Buildings allowance to 3% per year Increase in the employer’s national insurance allowance from £3k to £4k per year (although the criteria to claim this, changes from…

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Jaimie King
12th February 2020 Successful tax refund for grain silo treatment

A successful legal case claiming that grain silos should be treated as plant and machinery for corporation tax purposes – rather than land and buildings – has resulted in a successful tax refund claim by Whitings.   The claim was submitted following precedent set in the legal case, and resulted in a substantial tax refund…

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Vanessa Pearson
18th February 2020 6 April: A Guide to Off-Payroll Working Tax Rules

There are less than two months to go until the proposed new rules apply regarding who determines IR35 status for freelancers hired by medium and large companies. Our Brief Guide will help find out how this affects you and what you can do   A Brief Guide to Off-payroll Working_Feb 2020

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