SPECIALIST TAXATION SERVICES from MARSLAND NASH
One of our main focus points throughout the Practice is to look into ways in which we can assist our clients to legitimately keep their tax bills to a minimum. We are qualified tax specialists and the following are some examples of where we can help:
In the area of tax we take an extremely proactive position in offering advisory and consultancy services to our clients which cover the broad spectrum of taxation.
Tax is an area that continually changes and we aim to keep at the forefront by exploring any new developments as they arise and how they might affect our client’s circumstances. Tax planning is an essential part of the service we offer our clients.
Tax Mitigation Planning
Capital Gains Tax Planning
Inheritance Tax Planning
Dealing with Trusts
Personal Tax Health Checks
Overseas Residency issues and Foreign Income
Tax Efficient Personal Investments
Principle Private Residence Relief Planning
Use of children/descendants in tax planning
Efficient Corporation Tax Planning
Detailed Capital Allowance Planning
Capital Gains Tax Deferral Reliefs
Tax efficient extraction of profits from a business
VAT issues and planning
Incorporation reports and calculations
PAYE and NIC Health Checks
Employee Incentive Schemes
Construction Industry matters
Status issues (e.g. are you employed or self employed by law?)
Business Tax Health Checks
Tax Efficient Business Investments
Loss Relief Planning
Research & Development enhanced tax relief planning
Directors Loan Account Planning
Creative Industry Reliefs
- In depth expertise on direct and indirect taxes
- Exit/Succession/Retirement Strategies
- HM Revenue & Customs Tax Investigation management
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