Corporate Tax Compliance

Keeping your tax affairs in good order.

Company tax returns

  • Preparation of company tax returns and supporting computations
  • Electronic tagging of accounts, tax returns and supporting computations
  • Complying with mandatory electronic return filing with HMRC
  • Effective progression of HMRC enquiries towards closure
  • Guidance on corporate tax self-assessment
  • Capital allowance reviews to maximise claims for allowance
  • Advice on optimising for allowances
  • Advice on optimising available reliefs
  • Monitoring and advising on timely settlement of tax liabilities, including quarterly instalments
  • VAT and PAYE compliance services
  • Monitoring overseas group companies’ tax compliance
  • Full international corporate tax compliance service through out member network, Crowe Horwath International

Tax accounting

  • Preparing and reviewing tax provisions and tax disclosure for company and consolidated accounts.
  • Preparing and reviewing tax provisions and tax disclosure for interim reporting purposes

How we work

  • We offer tax support ranging from a fully outsourced tax compliance and advisory function, through to assistance on preparation of tax figures for inclusion in accounts.
  • We do not need to be your auditors to provide tax compliance services.
  • We can analyse and highlight points for your future business planning.
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Will Research and Development (R&D) tax credits be scrapped?

Tax | Corporate
These incentives for innovation should instead be made more attractive for the SME sector.
21 Nov, 2017

New UK customs duty proposals aim to ensure ‘frictionless’ trade with EU

VAT | Corporate
Businesses should start to evaluate what it could mean for them.
17 Aug, 2017
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