Taxation

Our taxation team aims to maximise the after-tax income and wealth of our clients. We pride ourselves on our ability to find new and innovative tax minimisation techniques whilst guiding clients through the maze of legislative and compliance requirements.

Our relationship- based approach allows us to fully understand the needs of our clients. This facilitates effective tax planning in the short to long term, focusing on the commercial, financial and practical realities.

Individuals and businesses are subject to a wide range of taxes including Income Tax, Corporation Tax, Capital Gains Tax, Inheritance Tax, Stamp Duty, Value Added Tax and National Insurance. Tax planning with Byrne Clarke Connolly can reduce or remove the effect of these taxes, whether you’re a business or individual.

Where tax is concerned we recognise the importance of considering the implications of all taxes on your circumstances and not just a particular tax you may want to review. We also take care that the tax savings are commercially sound and not just pure tax savings. Since tax legislation is regularly changing, we also recommend that your plans are regularly appraised.

We provide this shrewd planning advice to both businesses and individuals, and the services include:

  • Compliance for corporate and individuals on all taxes
  • Tax based planning for both corporate and individuals
  • Tax effective structuring of individuals assets
  • Tax efficient remuneration schemes
  • Tax investigations and revenue audits.

Our job is not simply to calculate the tax due and tell you what to pay. Our job is to help you plan your business activities so as to maximise the available tax reliefs and discuss with you in advance the tax implications of business decisions.

We’re there to help you decide what form of business enterprise you should choose- a sole trader, partnership, limited company or limited partnership, manage business expansion and maximise the available tax reliefs as your business grows or needs to be re-structured.

We can look at the implications when you change the nature of operations, sell or buy a business.

 


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