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Tax

Technically discerning, commercially focused advice to manage your tax liabilities.

Understanding your tax needs

The spotlight has never shone brighter on tax and what businesses do or don’t pay, than today. With this in mind, we understand how important it is to ensure tax compliance whilst protecting the interests of your business - both for the benefit of your stakeholders, as well as your reputation in the market.

We work with a wide range of clients on their tax requirements - from multinational organisations, charities and public sector bodies, to entrepreneurs and family run businesses. We are experienced in both UK and international tax and work closely with our network of overseas advisors to provide a combined global solution.

Our people, your partners

Widely regarded as experts in the field of UK tax, we are passionate about our area of expertise and contribute directly to Government on tax policy, inputting as a key stakeholder with HMRC on legislative change and authoring specialist textbooks. 

This wider insight on tax policy and trends ensures you receive considered advice which takes into account the global tax landscape and the prospect of future changes.

How we can help

Our approach

We believe our approach to delivering tax solutions is unique, and that the final result is just as important as the journey to reach that point.

Broad experience

Drawing upon our experience in both industry and professional practice, our partner-led team will work collaboratively with you, to provide multi-disciplinary tax advice which is both technically outstanding and pragmatic.

Commercial advice

We will challenge and ask the appropriate questions to ensure you achieve an optimised tax solution, whilst balancing your wider commercial considerations and managing potential risks with HMRC.

Our experts

24 February 2020

The impact of Brexit on mobile employees

Following Brexit, employers need to consider a number of issues with regard to their mobile employees.

18 February 2020

Corporate Criminal Offence (CCO) – Failure to Prevent the Facilitation of Tax Fraud (FTP)

HMRC have released figures for all live CCO enquiries. The number of open investigations means they are serious about using these new criminal powers.

18 February 2020

Self’s assessment: Virgin on the ridiculous

Should Virgin Healthcare have paid tax on its NHS deals?