Land & property tax

Land and property tax matters

All businesses are affected by property tax one way or another, whether as owners or occupiers, developers or investors or real estate consultants and hotel owners, to mention but a few.

The taxes are complicated whether you are trading in property or merely making an investment and there are significant differences in the way tax is deductible or allowed. We can deal with all matters, including tax relief on capital allowances, which are complex in the extreme, and also advise on buying, selling, letting and VAT and the most appropriate structures to purchase property such as self-invested personal pensions (SIPPS) and buy-to-let.

You may find our tax briefings download informative.

Partnership tax

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

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Corporate tax

Corporate tax compliance obligations are complex and costly, and the Government introduces new measures each year.

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VAT

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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Speak to a land & property tax expert

Luke Wiseman

Luke Wiseman

Director

Witney

Whitley Stimpson expert welcomes new IR35 tax delay

Jonathan Walton

Director

High Wycombe

Laura Herbert

Laura Herbert

Director

Bicester

HMRC struggles to cope with tax changes – so how can the rest of us get to grips with it?

Owen Kyffin

Director

Banbury

Change to Whitley Stimpson

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

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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 your land and property tax.