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A company has to estimate its own corporation tax liability and pay this by the due date, which is nine months and one day after the end of its accounting period.
A company tax return has to be filed with HM Revenue & Customs within twelve months of the company’s year end. Interest is charged on late payment of corporation tax, and there are also penalties for late filing of a company tax return.
At Branston Adams we can prepare your company accounts, company tax returns and complete the necessary tax computations on your behalf.
We can also advise on strategies that may help to minimise your tax liability and increase your company’s profitability.
If you are interested in this service and would like discuss your requirements further, please contact us in our Farnham office by phone, email or using our online enquiry form.
18 Sep 2020
MPs have urged Chancellor Rishi Sunak to extend the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) to help avoid mass redundancies.
17 Sep 2020
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has confirmed future support for mortgage borrowers if they continue to face payment difficulties due to the coronavirus (COVID-19).
16 Sep 2020
HMRC has written to VAT-registered businesses that trade with the EU outlining how they should prepare for Brexit trading changes set to take effect from 2021.
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