Corporation tax

Limited companies and certain other organisations normally pay Corporation Tax on the profit they make from the sale of assets. Examples of assets that might be subject to Corporation Tax include:

  • Land
  • Intellectual property
  • Plant and equipment
  • Property
  • Shares
  • Vehicles

For sole traders and business partners, Capital Gains Tax is normally payable instead.

Our role at Jones Harris is to help limited companies and similar organisations to minimise their corporate tax liabilities. We take a thorough and ethical approach, ensuring that your company pays only what it absolutely must.

By keeping your tax payments to their proper minimum, we help you to protect your cash flow, to plan with confidence and to make well-informed decisions about expenditure, growth and investment.

We can help with:

  • Identifying and taking advantage of all eligible allowances
  • Identifying specific forms of relief such as R&D Tax Credits
  • Routine accounting, accounts submissions and payment deadlines
  • Keeping you compliant with all relevant legislation
  • Representing your interests in dealings with HMRC
  • Calculating tax liabilities
  • Maintaining accurate management accounts
  • Expenditure planning
  • Advice about shareholding
  • General tax planning

For more details, or to arrange a free consultation, please contact us today.

The Jones Harris Difference
  • A personal, dedicated contact
  • Free strategic advice on growth and profitability
  • Free, unlimited telephone / email support
  • Proactive tax advice and analysis
  • Profitability checks via competitor benchmarking
  • A steady flow of good money-saving ideas
  • Active business network introductions
  • Secure client web-space for document sharing
  • No need to email important/sensitive data
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