Corporation tax compliance
Getting your corporation tax done will be a piece of cake
If you own a limited company, you must submit a corporation tax return to HMRC every year, even if there is no profit and no tax to pay. There’s no getting out of it. The deadline is 12 months after the end of the accounting period it covers and if you miss it, expect to see some serious fines. And if you rush, you run the risk of making a mistake, the smallest of which may result in a larger tax bill. Nobody wants that, especially when cash is tight.
As corporation tax specialists, we can ensure your return is completely accurate and on time, every time. We’ve helped countless clients stay compliant with their corporation tax obligations. We’ll keep you on track, too, by making sure you’re up to date on your profit and loss sheets, preparing your company tax returns and helping you claim tax reliefs and allowances to reduce tax liabilities. And if HMRC comes knocking and asking about your return, don’t worry – we’ll handle them.
For us, any tax return shouldn’t be a chore, but an opportunity to strategise. By claiming tax relief and credit, you essentially reduce the amount of your profit that will be liable for corporation tax. You can also offset the cost of business expenses against your profit, reducing the tax you owe even further.
For us to do your corporation tax to the best of our ability, you should be practising exceptional accounting and bookkeeping. That way, we’ll have all the data we need to ensure you pay only the tax you need to and not one penny more.