Corporate Tax compliance

Corporate Tax Compliance

Keeping your tax affairs in good order.

Pro-actively managing your annual corporation tax compliance obligations

Crowe UK’s corporate tax compliance team support businesses throughout their annual tax compliance process. Our services range from assistance with the preparation of tax figures for inclusion in accounts through to a fully outsourced tax compliance and advisory service.

Tax compliance is increasingly getting more complex with constant change to legislation. Our aim is to guide you through the compliance process, dealing with returns and prompting you about actions that you need to take, so that you can focus on your business, knowing that your tax affairs are under control.

Crowe UK do not need to be your auditors to provide tax compliance services.

We can help you:

  • Manage your annual corporate tax compliance and governance processes in an accurate, efficient and timely manner.
  • Ensure that your business is tax compliant and that your tax risks are appropriately managed.
  • Optimise group tax planning and ensure tax reliefs, including: research and development claimscapital allowance claims and the use of tax losses are appropriately claimed and maximised. 
  • Understand the withholding tax implications of dividend, interest and royalty payments.
  • Make appropriate tax computation disclosures to protect you from the risk of time-consuming and expensive HMRC enquiries.
  • Negotiate with HMRC on difficult and important business matters and handle tax authority enquiries and investigations on your behalf.
  • Keep up to date on future tax changes and let you know how these will impact your business.
  • Set up standardised tax reporting procedures and processes.
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Our services

We understand the challenges you face to remain compliant from a UK corporate tax compliance perspective. We can assist you:

  • Meet your tax provisioning obligations including the preparation and review of tax provisions and tax disclosure for company and consolidated group accounts.
  • Prepare and review your tax provisions and tax disclosure for interim and other reporting purposes.
  • Prepare and file your company tax returns and supporting computations to HMRC electronically.
  • Complete and manage the other tax returns which are required to be submitted to HMRC including common returns, such as, corporate interest restriction returns, CFC returns, cross border royalty returns, group allocation statements and group payment allocations.
  • Undertake capital allowance reviews to maximise claims for allowances.
  • Prepare research and development relief claims and reports.
  • Optimise other available allowances and reliefs.
  • Monitor and advise on the timely settlement of tax liabilities, including quarterly instalment payments.
  • Liaise with HMRC in relation to your corporation tax affairs.
  • Deal with HMRC enquiries and reviews to ensure that matters are effectively dealt with and progressed towards closure.
  • Monitor your overseas group companies’ tax compliance obligations.
  • Meet your international corporate tax compliance obligations.
  • Fulfil your other compliance obligations, where relevant, such as: country by country reporting, senior accounting office reporting, publish your tax strategy or remain compliant from a Corporate Criminal Offence perspective.
  • Electronic tagging of accounts, tax returns and supporting computations.
  • Risk assess and redesign your corporate tax compliance processes to ensure they deliver accurate and timely information.

Insights and news

Corporate loss relief rules will require careful consideration in 2018 by companies/groups with losses to make sure relief for losses is claimed.
How will companies be affected by the changes announced by the Chancellor?
A recap of recent developments in UK corporate tax.
Corporate loss relief rules will require careful consideration in 2018 by companies/groups with losses to make sure relief for losses is claimed.
How will companies be affected by the changes announced by the Chancellor?
A recap of recent developments in UK corporate tax.

Contact us

Simon Crookston
Simon Crookston
Partner, Corporate Tax
Kent