Individuals

Tax affects everyone. Through proactive tax planning we can help minimise this burden and ensure that you are only paying what you are liable for, giving you peace of mind.

Tax Returns

Self-assessment tax returns are becoming increasingly complex and submitting your tax return late or incorrectly, can result in substantial penalties.
There are many reasons why you might need to complete a tax return. See our Frequently Asked Questions.
Let us navigate the complicated tax return process for you, including the completion of the tax return, filing it online before the 31 January deadline, calculating your tax liability and giving you advice on the tax payments and when they are due.
We can liaise with HMRC on your behalf and deal with any correspondence from them so that you do not have to.

Capital Gains Tax

Capital gains tax must be accounted for on the disposal of certain capital assets. This includes selling an investment property, a business or stocks and shares.
It is important to take advice both before acquiring an asset and before making a disposal. This will ensure that all exemptions, allowances and reliefs are claimed and any capital gains tax is kept to a minimum.

Tax Planning

We can provide pro-active tax planning advice to help you minimise your tax liability.

Individuals

Tax affects everyone. Through proactive tax planning we can help minimise this burden and ensure that you are only paying what you are liable for, giving you peace of mind.

Sole Traders

As a sole trader you run your own business as an individual. You will pay tax on your business profits each year regardless of how much money you draw from the business.

Partnerships

You and your business partners personally share responsibility for your business. The business profits can be split between the partners however you decide and each partner pays tax on their share of the profits.

Limited Companies

A Limited Company is an organisation that you can set up to run your business. It is a separate legal entity, is responsible in its own right for everything it does and its finances are separate to your personal finances.

Limited Liability Partnerships (LLP)

A Limited Liability Partnership is a cross between a partnership and a Limited Company. The business profits are shared between the partners and they are then taxed on the profits each tax year.

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