Whether it’s corporation tax, business tax, personal tax or any forms of taxation, getting it right is vital.

At Kneeshaws you can relax in the knowledge that as well as preparing your tax returns, we will help you with all aspects of tax planning and do all we can to provide you with up to date and pro-active advice.


Corporation Tax

Corporation tax represents a substantial part of your trading costs. The increased reporting obligations, investigation policies by HMRC and penalties for non-compliance can have a detrimental effect on your time and resources. We can help you to comply with all the regulations, whilst effectively planning the most cost-effective tax structure for your company, as well as offering advice on any available tax breaks and opportunities that you may be eligible for.

Personal & Partnership Tax

These days, more and more emphasis is being put on the responsibilities of the taxpayer and everyone who is subject to taxation needs advice and support in order to optimise their tax position and comply with the regulations. We will prepare your self assessment tax returns, provide you with tax planning advice to ensure that your tax liability is kept to the minimum, as well as ensuring compliance with HMRC regulations and dealing with all HMRC enquiries.

Value Added Tax (VAT)

As your business grows, it is inevitable (with only a few exceptions) that you will need to deal with VAT and all it’s complexities. Making Tax Digital for VAT (MTDfV) has fundamentally changed the way in which businesses keep VAT records and submit VAT returns. At Kneeshaws we can help you with all aspects of VAT registrations, VAT returns and advice on how to avoid and mitigate penalties.

Inheritance Tax Planning

Whilst inheritance tax rules are complex, with careful and sensible planning, your tax affairs can be managed in such a way as to minimise the amount owed to HMRC. There are a number of reliefs and allowances that can reduce the amount of inheritance tax that your estate must pay. With careful consideration, these reliefs and allowances can ensure that your beneficiaries retain as much of your estate as possible.

Capital Gains Tax

If you own and sell valuable assets, you may need to pay capital gains tax on any profits you make. You may be able to minimise your tax bill by deducting any losses you have made or by claiming reliefs. It can be a complex area, but we can assist in calculating the amount of capital gains tax due, reporting this to HMRC as well as advising on various reliefs such as entrepreneurs relief, rollover relief and holdover relief.

Comply With Legal Requirements

Ensure Your Accounts Are True & Fair

Help Detect Fraud & Error

To Help In Obtaining Finance

To Assist In The Sale Of A Business

Check That Systems & Controls Are Working Properly

Let’s book a free introductory meeting…

We can explore how we can actively help you, and give you a general idea of our fees and the savings we expect to gain for you.