Aston Shaw has worked for clients in the tourism, leisure and hospitality industries since 1969 and has a great deal of experience and in-depth knowledge of the various sectors.
We work closely with our clients to provide strategic and practical advice, in line with ever-changing consumer demands. East Anglia is known to be a hub for tourism and our specialist team acts on behalf of clients operating in high-volume tourist areas such as the Norfolk Broads and our beautiful coastline. We have been helping businesses within this sector to achieve their full potential for nearly 50 years now and this experience puts us in the perfect position to help you to achieve the same.
We provide support to a range of businesses within the tourism, leisure and hospitality industries including:
Travel agents and tour operators
Golf courses and gyms
Restaurants, cafes, bars and pubs
Hotels, bed and breakfasts, lodges and hostels
Our experts not only assist with accounting and tax matters but also business strategy, developing growth and exit plans, obtaining finance and overseeing acquisition and sales transactions. Due to the highly seasonal nature of the industries, we help our clients to maximise business potential during peak seasons and provide strategies for them to combat the reduced rates, footfall and turnover during the typically quieter periods.
The services we provide to businesses operating in the tourism, leisure and hospitality industries include:
Capital allowance claims
VAT advice and returns
Acquisition and disposal tax advice and planning
Advice on tax allowable expenditure
Self-assessment return completion and filing
Partnership return completion and filing
Company tax return completion and filing
Notification and compliance of HMRC deadlines
Notification and compliance of Companies House deadlines
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