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Our specialist high level tax planning team work with business owners and their families. Our insight lets us fit your plans together, drawing on a wealth of knowledge and experience to provide integrated tax efficient solutions.
Whatever stage your business has reached, tax planning has a part to play,
New businesses need the right trading entity, ownership structure, investment plans and pay structure. Growing businesses can use tax planning to attract and retain the right people, fund innovation and expansion. And if your business is mature, you will need to consider your exit and succession plans – high level tax advice on demergers and reconstructions is essential. In the longer term, tax planning can protect and secure your wealth for yourself, your dependents and successors.
And if, despite all the planning, something unexpected happens? Whatever life throws at you, divorce, family disputes, share owner conflicts, a global pandemic, we can help.
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Craig Simpson, Tax Partner at Bates Weston, explains what a Family Office is and looks at whether your family should have one.
Craig Simpson, Tax Partner at Bates Weston, considers the announcement that full expensing will be permanent, made in the Chancellor’s Autumn statement. What does permanent actually mean?
Craig Simpson explains the concept of fiscal drag and its impact on the apparent tax reduction caused by the changes in National Insurance announced at the Autumn Statement 2023
The headlines from the Autumn Statement 2023 and a more detailed summary. Covers National Insurance, Capital allowances, Business rates and R & D.
Craig Simpson, Tax Partner at Bates Weston considers whether Income Tax will be cut in tomorrow’s Autumn Statement.
Will the Chancellor use Corporation Tax measures in reducing business taxation in the Autumn Statement? He could reduce the rate of Corporation Tax, extend the Corporation Tax Bands and/or extend full expensing? Craig Simpson, Tax Partner at Bates Weston gives his views.
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