Personal Business & Partnership Tax Accounting

Personal Business & Partnership Tax Accounting

As a firm we act for several thousand clients on a personal basis, the vast majority of whom are shareholders, and/or directors/partners (of entities we act for in other capacities) or high net worth individuals.

At a basic level our services include the preparation of annual personal tax returns, capital gains tax reporting and attending to other sundry compliance matters involving the need to disclose information to HM Revenue & Customs.

Whilst we recognise that compliance services are a necessary requirement and have teams in each office dedicated to providing this annual service, it is our tax planning services that really create value for clients. The firm has 6 tax partners all engaged in providing day to day tax planning whether in response to an immediate client transaction, or say longer-term planning for capital gains tax and/or inheritance tax purposes. Trust planning is also a key focus especially for high-net-worth individuals looking to shelter assets from tax as they pass down through the generations.

Our planning services cover a whole variety of planning and cover issues such as:

  • Remuneration and dividends consideration
  • Income tax versus capital gains tax planning
  • Estate and inheritance tax planning
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Property taxes such as stamp duty land tax
  • EIS, SEIS and other reliefs for investors
  • Offshore and non-resident tax planning
  • Trust taxation
  • Incorporation of property and trading businesses
  • Furnished holiday lettings activities
  • Pre and post business sale tax planning involving business asset disposal relief and the taxation of earn outs
  • Will review and drafting
  • Inland revenue enquiry and dispute resolution

Advisory topics

Capital Gains Tax is essentially when you are taxed for the profits (gains) you make when you sell, give away or ‘dispose’ of something you own that has increased in value.

This can include: selling shares, transferring a property to someone else, exchanging an asset for something else or receiving compensation… The list goes on!

However, the actual amount of Capital Gains Tax you will have to pay will vary depending on your tax free allowance and any other additional reliefs you have taken.

In most cases, CGT is dealt with via the self-assessment system when you submit your tax return.  However, you now need to report the gains on disposal of any residential properties in the UK to HMRC within 30 days using a separate form.

There are beneficial rates and reliefs to be taken advantage of and our tax specialists are best placed to help you do this.

If you are struggling to assess your potential Capital Gains Tax liabilities, our team of tax consultants can help. Harnessing our years of experience in this field, we can not only help you to minimise these costs – for good –but we can provide tax preparation support which will ensure you don’t  worry about your taxes in the future!

Why Barnes Roffe?

We are much more than your average accountancy firm. Through our continued endeavour to help all our clients to receive quality, expert tax advice; our tax preparation team can now provide you with comprehensive cover to ensure against any unnecessary taxation costs.

So contact Barnes Roffe today and take your first step to making tax less taxing. Our tax advisors are ready to take your call.

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