Filing and submitting Trust & Estate Tax returns can be both a lengthy and complex process. This is why it is advisable to have a qualified and experienced professional guide you through the process. Since our inception in 1969, we’ve submitted countless trust and estate tax returns on behalf of our clients.
There are many different types of trust, and the amount of tax you pay will depend on the type of trust you have. The main types of trust are:
interest in possession trusts
As a trustee, you are responsible for reporting and paying tax on behalf of the trust. All trusts must be registered with HMRC to pay income tax and Capital Gains Tax. As tax returns go, this certainly isn’t one of the simplest to complete, especially if you have multiple trusts of varying kinds. Though of course, we can help – leaving the return to us will ensure that everything is handled correctly and compliantly.
Features & Benefits
By allowing us to assist you with the preparation and submission of your trust & estate tax return, you can rest assured that you’ll:
Be fully compliant
Be receiving a service that’s delivered by qualified professionals
Be saving as much tax as possible
Be receiving professional advice and recommendations every step of the way
For these reasons and more, we’re confident that you’ll love our Trust & Estate Tax Returns Service. This can be a one-off service, we don’t need to be your accountant in order to submit your return.
How We Work
We deliver our Trust & Estate Tax Return service quickly, efficiently, and most importantly, professionally. Once you get in contact, we’ll offer you a free, no-obligation consultation where we can discuss your current situation and anything else pertinent to us conducting the return. We can hold this informal meeting over a cup of coffee at any one of our five offices, or alternatively, we can save you the trip and come to you.
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