Tax planning is a very complex area covering many forms of tax.
The most common forms of tax are income tax (payable by individuals, partnerships and sole traders on income), corporation tax (payable by companies on profit and gains), capital gains tax (tax due on gains made on investment assets such as property and shares), inheritance tax (tax paid by the estate on death or during lifetime on certain transfers of capital), VAT and stamp duty.
Think of it this way, every event or transaction is likely to have a tax issue.
Our job is to help structure your investments, wealth or business in order to minimise tax. We advise on a very wide range of tax matters and each can to an extent be grouped together depending on your needs.
Areas of Tax Planning
- If you are in business, but not as a company (sole trader/partnership)
- If you run a company
- If you wish to save Capital Gains Tax
- Saving Inheritance Tax
- Using Trusts
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