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Tax Services

Modern states could not exist without tax systems which raise large amounts of revenue to pay for public services. Most take in excess of 30% of national income in tax. Some take nearly half. The way in which these systems are designed matters enormously to economic welfare. The tax system is, of course, both enormous and fearsomely complex. Tax legislation in the UK runs to over 8,000 pages which make it difficult for public to understand it thoroughly. Therefore it is vital for the businesses and inviduals to be aware of tax legislations which are applicable to them. Keeping the complexity and diversity of our tax system in mind it is important for individuals and businesses to seek a professional advice about their tax affairs.

Our team at Taxperts has got a sound understanding of UK tax system and provide a number of tax services. Please explore our taxation services pages to see what kind of services we can offer.

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Personal Tax

At first sight, the UK would appear to have a pretty simple system for taxing earnings. But in fact it is complex in nature because of various income tax rates applicable to different income bands. Thresholds and income bands change almost every fiscal year.

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Corporate Tax

Business activity comes in many forms, ranging from the operations of huge international corporations to those of a self-employed trader. This diversity presents a major challenge for the design of business tax systems. In most developed countries, ...

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VAT Returns

Taxes on goods and services—excise duties, stamp duties, and, most importantly, VAT—raise nearly 30% of tax revenue in the UK and are important parts of all modern tax systems. VAT especially has become an increasingly important part of the tax system in the UK and elsewhere.

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PAYE/ CIS Tax

The Construction Industry Scheme (CIS) sets out principles for construction industry to handle payments that contractors make to subcontractors. HMRC has clearly stated that this scheme applies mainly to contractors and subcontractors in mainstream construction work,...

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