At Aston Shaw, we understand and can minimise exposure to the corporation and business tax issues faced by corporate entities.
We offer expert, up-to-date and proactive advice and implementation on corporate tax planning and compliance strategies – ranging from routine annual compliance, to specialist support relevant to your particular sector and business circumstance. Our corporate and business tax team includes fully qualified tax advisors accredited by the Chartered Institute of Taxation – all of whom will handle your enquiry in a timely and efficient manner.
Whether you operate as a Company, Partnership or as a Sole Trader, Aston Shaw can help you to adopt a tax-efficient approach to every aspect of your business, in order to mitigate your current and future tax liabilities. We look after the interests of corporate clients at every stage of their life-cycle including:
Expansion and investment
Mergers, acquisitions and disposals
The strict legislative reporting obligations that all corporate entities are required to comply with, can mean that a large proportion of your time and resources can be taken up with tax administration. We will help to alleviate the administrative burden of compliance with current tax legislation and ensure that we put in place effective plans which will also significantly improve your bottom line.
Our corporate and business tax team can assist you with the preparation and submission of annual corporate tax returns and P11D forms in accordance with the correct timescales – avoiding any of the statutory penalties now imposed. Incorrect tax returns can result in investigation and potentially interest and penalties. We can also handle any disputes you may have with the tax authorities on your behalf.
Our corporation tax planning, mitigation and compliance services include:
Corporation Tax Returns
Determining the most tax effective structure for your business
Advice on how you can take full advantage of tax opportunities and reliefs
Achieving the optimum capital or revenue tax treatment
Reducing tax on disposals and maximising relief on acquisitions
Making the most of tax opportunities specific to your industry
Meeting the rigorous demands of compliance including corporation tax self assessment
Acting on your behalf in discussions with the tax authorities
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