All companies, whether part of a large multi-national group or a newly formed owner managed business can benefit from specialist corporate tax advice.
At Creaseys, we are able to provide our clients with a fully integrated service from dealing with the routine compliance matters such as the completion of corporation tax returns to complex consultancy assignments.
The introduction of Corporation Tax Self Assessment (CTSA) has shifted the onus of disclosure and correct calculation of the corporation tax liability from HMRC to the company. Our team of corporation tax specialists are able to prepare returns efficiently using the latest corporation tax software whilst at the same time, advising on opportunities to save tax. This can include the most tax efficient allocation of profits around a group of companies, maximising capital allowance claims and adopting appropriate policies for transfer pricing.
CTSA has also brought with it the introduction of quarterly payments on account for large companies and we can advise on the payments to be made under this and appropriate strategies for reducing these.
Even if a company’s routine tax affairs appear simple, there are times during a company’s lifecycle when specialist advise is vital if opportunities to save tax are to be maximised. Creaseys specialises in advising companies and their owners and professional advisers on the best ways of dealing tax efficiently with these occasions. We have considerable expertise in the areas of flotations, acquisitions, disposals, mergers and de-mergers and company reconstructions.
More companies than ever find that they need to expand their horizons and seek new markets outside the UK. We have advised many companies on how best to structure their overseas operations and the tax advantages and possible pitfalls in investing overseas. Our links with IGAF Worldwide, an association of independent firms, mean that we can advise from both the UK and overseas perspective and develop complex structures which will minimise global tax liabilities.
For further information please contact Elizabeth Robertson
or Jonathan Flett