Tax advice and returns (including VAT)

We have a wealth of experience in advising businesses in Edinburgh and beyond, and specialise in offering innovative advice to help you minimise your business and personal tax liability.

Corporate Tax Planning

At Anderson Ballantine we deal with the routine matters of business tax, PAYE, National Insurance and VAT.

Our services will help to minimise your corporate tax exposure and relieve you of the administrative burden. These include:

  • Determining the most tax effective structure for your business
  • Taking full advantage of tax opportunities and reliefs
  • Achieving the optimum capital or revenue tax treatment
  • Reducing tax on disposals and maximising relief on acquisitions
  • Making the most of tax opportunities specific to your industry
  • Meeting the rigorous demands of compliance including Corporation Tax self assessment
  • Acting on your behalf in discussions with the tax authorities

Efficient corporate tax planning can result in potentially significant improvements in your bottom line.

Call us today to discover how we can help you minimise the corporate tax burden.

Personal Tax Planning

Our services are not restricted to businesses. Whether you need assistance with your-self assessment tax returns or advice on Inheritance Tax planning, we can help you. We can provide the following services:-

  • Advice on minimising tax liability for all personal taxes including:
    • Income Tax
    • Capital Gains Tax (CGT)
    • Inheritance Tax (IHT)
  • Completion and filing of relevant returns
  • Advice on what payments are due and when
  • Advice on trusts and estates

Please contact us to discover how we can help you make the most of your wealth.

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