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Corporation tax is due on the profits of a company.
Companies are required to estimate their own liability to corporation tax, and pay the tax due by a specific date, usually nine months and one day after the end of their accounting period.
Additionally, HMRC requires a company tax return to be filed within 12 months of the company’s year-end, even if there is no tax to pay. Interest is charged on any late payments, with additional penalties being issued for the late filing of a company tax return.
Here at Harding + Associates, we can help you to prepare your company’s year-end accounts, tax returns and carry out the necessary calculations.
If you require help with your corporation tax, please speak to a member of our team.
16 Jun 2021
Royal Assent of Finance Act 2021 was granted on 10 June, bringing the extended loss carry-back, super-deduction and other measures into force.
25 May 2021
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