Corporate tax

Managing corporate tax compliance obligations

The management of corporate tax compliance obligations is becoming more complex, and therefore more costly, as the Government introduces new measures each year.

Our highly qualified and experienced specialists tailor our service to your business, no matter how large or small. We provide an inclusive service that can handle every aspect of the compliance process for you to an agreed timetable, from filling in tax forms to finalising your tax, providing tax efficient planning for your business, and even dealing with queries from the authorities.

All business clients are offered fee protection insurance which ranges from £58-£160 per month to cover all of our costs should HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) investigate personal tax returns, corporation tax returns, Pay As You Earn (PAYE) or VAT matters.

You may find our tax tips download informative.

Partnership tax

The tax affairs relating to partnerships and LLPs are extremely complicated.

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Although it was originally designed as a simple tax, VAT has become increasingly complex.

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Share schemes

Share schemes are an incentive to staff, and we can help with the setting up and management of these.

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Tax investigations

Enquiries and investigations from HMRC can be stressful, time consuming and costly.

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R&D tax credits

The opportunities for claiming R&D tax credits are much wider than generally appreciated.

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Patent box

Patent Box works with R&D tax credits and could result in tax cuts for innovative businesses.

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Employment tax

We can give comprehensive advice on employment tax matters, and practical problems which may arise day to day.

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International tax

We offer tax planning and comprehensive information to those entering the global market.

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Land property tax

We can deal with all matters, including tax relief on capital allowances, which are complex in the extreme.

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Speak to a corporate tax expert

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Change to Whitley Stimpson

Step 1

Confirm to your accountant that you wish to move to Whitley Stimpson


Step 2

Supply Whitley Stimpson with your existing accountant’s details

Step 3

Relax. We’ll handle the rest.

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Talk to us today about how we can manage your corporate tax compliance obligations for you.