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Corporate Tax

Tax compliance

Enterprise tax matters are under increasing scrutiny, and one slip can have both the media and the tax man calling. Let our experts prepare and file your corporate tax returns, and benefit from our years of experience in this intricate world.

We pride ourselves in providing a rounded compliance service including:

  • Identifying any beneficial claims or elections
  • Advance warning of any changes in tax law which affect your business
  • Addressing other matters of compliance with tax law, such as international and domestic transfer pricing or diverted profits tax.

You never know when HMRC will come to investigate, and these can be costly even if they are concluded with no adjustment to your tax liability. We recommend our clients consider insuring themselves against the professional costs they face if HMRC targets them for investigation, and can provide Professional Fee Protection

R&D tax relief

Successfully claiming R&D tax relief can provide significant cash flow benefits, either by reducing a company’s tax liability or claiming an additional tax repayment (R&D tax credits). R&D claims are commonly made by businesses in the engineering, pharmaceutical, healthcare, software development, energy-saving and biotechnology fields, but successful claims have also been made by some of our architect, manufacturing, design engineers and construction clients, too. 

Patent box

This government incentive scheme provides a tax discount to profits from patented interests, and we can:

  • Help maximise qualifying income to be taxed at 10%
  • Advise on methods of income identification and tracking, and on R&D expenditure
  • Maximise claims for R&D-related costs
  • Apply transfer pricing methodologies to value notional royalties
  • Optimise group IP holding structures and licences.

Venture capital tax reliefs

The EIS, SEIS and VCT Investment Schemes are designed to help smaller, higher-risk trading companies raise finance by offering a range of tax reliefs to investors who purchase new shares in those companies. The reliefs can provide the investor with a significant income tax break, and also provide the opportunity to defer capital gains. 

Capital allowances

An effective way to reduce the overall cost of purchasing plant and machinery, the Annual Investment Allowance has been set at such a level that most businesses will be able to write-off much of their annual cost of acquiring plant and machinery as a tax deduction in the year of acquisition. Any companies acquiring property will need to consider their ability to claim capital allowances on fixtures and fittings. 

Reorganisations

Without proper advice before your corporate reorganisation, you could face corporation tax, income tax, capital gains tax, stamp duty land tax or VAT implications. Talk to our experts about disposals, acquisitions, simplifying your group structure, demergers and share capital reorganisations such as share buy-backs.

Get in touch  to discuss streamlining your enterprise tax.

Key contact

Tax Partner
Neil Berry
+44 (0)1162 894 289

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Meet the team

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Francis Hudson

Tax Director

Francis joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson as Tax Director in June 2018 bringing with him over 20 years of knowledge and experience of advising clients on a wide range of UK tax matters.

Having graduated from Cambridge University, Francis qualified at a Berkshire based firm before gaining experience at top six accountancy firms. His clients have varied in size from sole traders up to global corporations, with a special interest in corporate transactions and property matters. He uses his knowledge as both a Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Adviser to give his clients clear advice that meets their needs.

Francis is married to a Chartered Accountant and their young family ensures that there is never a dull moment outside of office hours.

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Claire Underhill

Business Services Manager

Claire joined MHA MacIntyre Hudson in December 2018 following a merger of her previous firm, which was a Kent based practice of a top 15 firm of accountants.

She has over 20 years’ experience within the accounting industry, predominately working with SMEs. Claire has joined the firm as a Business Service Manager assisting clients with the preparation and review of Financial Statements, Corporation Tax, VAT and payroll.

Additionally, Claire has helped setup and implement internal systems to assist in the financial processes and the overall internal functions of the business to improve efficiency, both within her own firm and on behalf of clients.

In her spare time Claire enjoys spending time with her family and friends and is a member of her local netball team.

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Victoria Jeffs

Transfer Pricing Assistant Manager

Victoria has been with Macintyre Hudson since 2015, starting as a graduate trainee and qualifying as a chartered accountant in 2018. Subsequently moving from audit into tax, she has been a member of the Transfer Pricing team since 2019.

Victoria manages the compliance and advisory aspects of the transfer pricing practice. Working on a diverse range of clients from listed companies through to growing owner managed businesses experiencing transfer pricing issues for the first time, Victoria works closely with her clients to ensure they have the most appropriate policy in place to suit their needs.

In addition, Victoria is an active member of the Social and Charity committees. Most recently she helped arrange our annual client quiz, in which we raised over £8,000 for the London Air Ambulance.

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James Dickman

Accounts Manager

James started with MHA MacIntyre Hudson in 2009 where he completed his training and has worked his way up to Accounts Manager. James is a specialist in the Healthcare sector and assist his clients with a variety of services, including:

  • Partnership and sole trader accounts and tax returns
  • VAT returns, including partial exemption calculations
  • Preparing superannuation certificates for the NHS pension scheme
  • Bookkeeping and management accounts
  • Due diligence and reviews of GP practices for merger and profitability purposes, including for local CCGs
  • Implementing, training and advising on cloud accounting solutions for all organisations nationally

James qualified as a chartered accountant in 2014 and is a part of the ICAEW Healthcare Sector Group. He looks after a large number of GP practices and a wide variety of medical consultants mainly in the Kent and London, but works with clients both nationally and internationally too.

James is a Xero certified advisor and a certified QuickBooks Online advisor which he uses as part of his nominated Digital Solutions contact role for the firm.

In James’ spare time he enjoys playing snooker and pool as well as a round of golf and watching the Formula 1.

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The relationship with MHA MacIntyre Hudson has always been a solid one. The team are able to respond quickly to problems and achieving timescales. Their international network, Baker Tilly International, gives them breadth and the ability to cover overseas issues. - PRISYM ID

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