Tax Accountant London City
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ADVICE AND TAX PLANNING
If you are looking for a competent accountant and tax specialist who can proactively handle your specialist tax compliance, the Tax Accountant London City team aims to exceed your expectations. Especially if you are looking for expert tax advice without the need to leave your office or place of work, as most of our business is conducted online – you do not need to visit us in person to have your tax issues taken care of. Whether you’re looking for Personal Tax Services or Business Tax Services, our experienced and knowledgeable team of Tax Accountant London will endeavour to assist you with timely and pertinent advice whenever you need it. In fact, we are so confident in our abilities we offer free personal tax advice by telephone – so give us a call and let us help you today.
Who We Are ?
We Are Professional Accountants, Tax Advisors and Business Consultants
Our team consists of highly qualified accountants, Ex HMRC Tax Inspectors and industry known business consultants
If you are self-employed or have a small business, let our team of best accountants and tax advisors take care of your accounting and tax compliance
We are here to help you with any questions you may have
Our Specialist tax advisors in London provide a wide range of services and advice to individuals and businesses. Some types of advice that tax advisors can provide include:
- Tax planning: Advising on tax-efficient structures and strategies to minimize tax liabilities and optimize financial outcomes for businesses and individuals.
- Compliance: Ensuring that businesses and individuals comply with all relevant tax regulations, including filing tax returns, making tax payments, and maintaining accurate records.
- International tax: Advising on cross-border tax issues, such as transfer pricing, double taxation agreements, and withholding taxes.
- Estate planning: Helping individuals plan their estates tax-efficiently, including minimizing inheritance tax liabilities and ensuring that assets are distributed according to their wishes.
- VAT: Advising on the complex rules and regulations surrounding value-added tax (VAT), including registration, accounting, and compliance.
- Tax disputes: Represent clients in tax disputes with HM Revenue & Customs, including negotiating settlements and representing clients in tax tribunals.
These are just some examples of the types of advice that tax advisors in London may provide. The specific services offered by individual firms may vary depending on their areas of expertise and the needs of their clients.
Our team of tax accountants can help you with your business tax planning strategy. We specialize in tax planning, compliance, and reporting. We can assist you in identifying tax-saving opportunities and developing a tax plan that is tailored to the specific needs of your business. Based on our analysis, we can identify potential tax-saving opportunities, such as deductions, credits, and other tax incentives. Our London tax advisors can also help you develop a plan to minimize your tax liabilities while complying with all relevant tax guidance. It’s important to note that tax planning is an ongoing process, not a one-time event. As your business evolves and the tax laws change, your tax planning strategy should be reviewed and updated accordingly. We can help you stay up-to-date with tax laws and regulations changes and ensure that your tax planning strategy meets your business’s needs.
The fees charged by our tax advisors can vary widely depending on various factors, including the level of expertise, the complexity of the tax work involved, and the size & type of the business. Generally, we tend to charge higher fees than regular accountants, as tax work can be more specialized and time-consuming. We can set an hourly or fixed price for specific services. As a rough guide, our tax accountants in London may charge anywhere from £100 to £300 per hour, depending on the level of expertise and the nature of the work. However, obtaining a quote from our office before engaging services, as the fees can vary widely depending on the specific circumstances of your business and your tax planning needs.
Our team of specialist tax accountants in London provides services related to special purpose vehicles (SPVs) used for property portfolios. Some of the services we provide in this area include:
- SPV formation: Advising on the formation and structure of SPVs for property portfolios, including determining the appropriate legal structure and tax implications.
- Tax planning: Developing tax-efficient strategies for property portfolios held through SPVs, including identifying allowable expenses, tax reliefs, and other tax planning opportunities.
- Compliance: Ensuring that SPVs used for property portfolios comply with all relevant tax laws and regulations, including filing tax returns, making tax payments, and maintaining accurate records.
- Accounting: Providing accounting services for SPVs for property portfolios, including bookkeeping, financial reporting, and tax compliance.
- VAT: Advising the complex rules and regulations surrounding VAT for property portfolios held through SPVs, including registration, accounting, and compliance.
- Capital gains tax: Advising on the tax implications of selling property held through SPVs, including determining the tax basis, calculating capital gains tax liabilities, and optimizing tax outcomes.
These are just some examples of the services that our team in London provide for SPVs used for property portfolios. The specific services offered may vary depending on the needs of the client and the nature of the property portfolio involved.
We cannot advise how to avoid paying taxes owed or engaging in any illegal or unethical behaviour. It’s important to always comply with all relevant tax laws and guidelines and work with a tax advisor committed to ethical and legal conduct. If you are under investigation by HMRC, our tax experts in London can assist you in managing the investigation and minimizing any potential tax liabilities. Here are some ways we may be able to assist in resolving a tax probe:
- Review of records: We can review your financial records and identify any areas of non-compliance or potential issues that need to be addressed.
- Communication with HMRC: We can act as a liaison between you and HMRC, communicating with them on your behalf and providing information as needed.
- Settlement negotiations: If you owe taxes, penalties, or interest, we can help you to negotiate a settlement with HMRC that is fair and reasonable.
- Appeals: If you disagree with HMRC’s findings, we can help you to appeal the decision and present your case to the appropriate authorities.
- Tax planning: Our team of specialist accountants can help you to develop a tax planning strategy that minimizes your tax liabilities and ensures compliance with all relevant tax laws and regulations as we advance.
It’s important to note that the specific services provided by our tax experts in a tax investigation may vary depending on the circumstances of the case. We will work with you to determine the best action based on your needs and the case facts.
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