All self-employed people and company directors are required to submit a Self-Assessment tax return. Tax legislation is constantly changing and can become very complicated, so it is important to get the right tax advice to optimise your tax position and ensure strict compliance with requirements.

Whether you are a start-up that requires assistance with your tax return or an entrepreneur buying or selling a business, at Robert Lewis, our personal tax accountants provide a comprehensive bespoke tax advice service. We work with you to understand your situation and your objectives and offer the advice and guidance you need to ensure all your interests are protected, while also optimising your tax position and ensuring all compliance requirements are met.

Our UK personal tax specialists can provide you with the following services:

  • Registering for self-assessment with HMRC
  • Completion and submission of your Self-Assessment Tax Return
  • Capital Gains Tax planning
  • Exit planning and strategies
  • Inheritance tax planning
  • Property portfolio advice
  • Determining personaltax liabilities and repayments
  • Advising you of tax payments and their payment deadlines
  • Keeping you up to date with current tax legislation and thresholds

Contact Us

For further information on Personal Tax, please contact our team on:

01268 271 234

I have to say that both of us would have no hesitations in recommending your company to anyone who needs tax advice, not only for your down to earth approach, but your professionalism as well.

Julie Bell

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