We calculate your corporation tax accurately
Corporation tax in the United Kingdom is a corporate tax levied on the profits made by UK-resident companies, members’ clubs, trade, and housing associations and on the profits of entities registered overseas with permanent establishments in the UK. Most companies are required to pay tax nine months and a day after the end of an accounting period. Larger companies are required to pay quarterly instalments, in the seventh, tenth, thirteenth, and sixteenth months after a full accounting period starts. These times are modified where an accounting period lasts for less than twelve months. All companies whether large or small, within the law, have to keep all company records for at least six years. These documents include all receipts, invoices, workings, and tax-related paperwork.
ZATRS provides expert professional services to corporations customised services to meet their tax-related obligations with HMRC. We are keen to discuss with you to explore how we can help you in determining and managing your corporation tax liability: call us to arrange a meeting.