Corporate Tax

Comprehensive tax planning and tax advice are important for any business’ success, that’s why it’s important to get accurate and reliable advice from the professionals.

Our Corporate Finance Accounting services will help to simplify the complicated world of corporate tax legislation; and help your organisation achieve its goals, no matter what stage of growth your business is in.

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Corporation Tax Returns and Computations

There are 2 main components of a company tax return, these are:

  • Profit or loss for corporation tax
  • Corporation tax bill

Your tax return must be filed before 12 months after the end of the accounting period it covers, and must show the calculation of the profits chargeable to corporation tax, also known as the ‘tax computation’.

Entrusting this responsibility with one of our qualified accountants can alleviate the pressure that comes with correctly preparing and filing your tax return, and we can ensure everything is completed on time.

Speak with a Corporation Tax Returns Advisor

R&D tax returns

If your organisation is liable for corporation tax and invests in research and development, you may be eligible for R&D tax relief.

This is a government initiative designed to encourage innovation in the UK. The government offers tax credits in the form of reduced corporation tax or cash, to organisations that invest in research and development.

Many different industries can reap the benefits of R&D tax credits, so long as the project:

  • Seeks to increase their knowledge
  • Improves a product or service
  • Solves uncertainties in the process

Our experienced in-house accountants can walk you through everything you need to know and help to determine whether your organisation is eligible, so you can start claiming immediately.

Speak with a R&D Tax Returns Advisor

Corporate property tax

If you’re a firm using a building for non-domestic purposes, you will be required to pay business rates.

These are charged on non-domestic properties such as: offices, warehouses and factories; however certain properties are exempt from this tax, e.g. farm buildings.

Planning ahead can significantly reduce your bills, that’s why it’s important to get the correct information from our experienced accountants, to ensure your money is going to the right place.

Speak with a Corporate Property Tax Advisor

HMRC enquiries

Here at Alexander & Co, we recognise that dealing with HMRC enquiries can be a lengthy and complicated process, that’s why we do it for you.

This saves you the hassle and frees up valuable time that you can use to work towards developing your business.

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Land remediation relief

If your company is liable for corporation tax, then you may be eligible for land remediation relief.

Land remediation relief is available to property investors and developers and can result in significant cash savings for your organisation.

However, there is a 3-year time limit for retrospective claims; so if you’re unsure as to whether you can claim, get in contact with one of our corporate finance accounting experts to see if your organisation is eligible.

Speak with a Land Remediation Relief Advisor

Tax efficient remuneration

Tax efficient remuneration can minimise the impact of tax on business owners of limited companies; and if choices are made carefully, this can reap significant benefits for business owners.

Alexander & Co’s corporate finance accountants are experienced in all areas of corporate tax, so get in contact to see how you and your organisation can benefit from implementing tax efficient remuneration strategies.

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Company reorganisation

There are many different ways a company can reorganise itself, including mergers, agreements or via a section 110 Insolvency Act 1986 de-merger.

Our advisers can walk you through the best course of action for your organisation, should you decide this is the route you want to go down.

Speak with a Company Reorganisations Advisor

Succession planning

Succession planning involves identifying talent to fill critical business roles that may become vacant in the future. Reasons for doing this include skill shortages and lack of confidence in current leadership.

Our corporate tax advisers can assist you in this area, and provide impartial advice if succession planning is something you are considering for your organisation.

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Exit strategies

As a business owner, there are many different exit strategies you can go for, however, it’s important to make sure you choose the right one.

Whether you’re considering leaving your organisation or just want to see what your options are for the future, our corporate tax advisers can help you assess your options and give you all the information you need so you can make an informed decision.

Speak with an Exit Strategies Advisor


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