Corporation tax represents a substantial part of your trading costs. Moreover, the increased reporting obligations, robust investigation policies on the part of the tax authorities, and harsher penalties for non-compliance mean that an undue amount of your time and resources can be taken up collecting revenue for the Government.
KCAS offer a range of services to help you minimise your corporate tax exposure and relieve you of the administrative burden of complying with tax legislation.
- Determining the most tax effective structure for your business
- Taking full advantage of tax opportunities and reliefs
- Achieving the optimum capital or revenue tax treatment
- Reducing tax on disposals and maximising relief on acquisitions
- Making the most of tax opportunities specific to your industry
- Meeting the rigorous demands of compliance including corporation tax self assessment
- Acting on your behalf in discussions with the tax authorities
- Efficient corporate tax planning can result in potentially significant improvements in your bottom line.
KCAS can provide you with prompt and constructive advice whether you are ready to start a new business, move from your existing accountancy or book-keeping firm, or simply need to explore the options available.
The sooner you seek advice from an experienced specialist, the greater the opportunities to ensure you make the choice that is right for you and your business.
KCAS provide initial explorative consultations, held at our offices, which are undertaken free of charge and overseen by one of our qualified Accountants.
Act now and contact KCAS today to arrange a consultation
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