With the increasing complexity of business tax, we can help you to remain compliant with the rules, whilst taking advantage of the numerous tax reliefs and allowances available.
Our award-winning tax team are here to guide you through the minefield of tax compliance and help you minimise your tax liabilities, whilst keeping in mind commercial considerations. Some of the areas we can advise on include:
We can also advise on such matters as R&D tax credits, Patent Box, share schemes, capital allowances claims, corporate finance, reorganisations, management buy outs, acquisitions and disposals, transfer pricing, international tax and Making Tax Digital.
We'd like to express our appreciation of the excellent support and service received from Bishop Fleming in relation to our R&D tax credit, which has now been approved by HMRC and payment has been received. Due to the quality of the explanation and guidance provided by Bishop Fleming's tax managers, we are now able to take this aspect forward as a regular part of our accounting process Bishop Fleming Business Tax Client
Research and Development Relief reduces your company tax bill. Small and medium-sized companies can receive a cash sum.
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Use Patent Box to reduce the rate of corporation tax you pay on profits from qualifying patents and other intellectual property.
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The Enterprise Investment Scheme helps growing companies to raise finance. Investors benefit from generous tax breaks.
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Enterprise Management Incentive share options reward key people and are free of income tax and National Insurance Contributions.
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The Seed Enterprise Investment Scheme allows new companies to attract early investment. Investors enjoy substantial tax breaks.
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