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Simmons Gainsford LLP provides you with innovative thinking and thorough technical knowledge to formulate tax-efficient solutions that save you money.
Our service includes advice on all compliance and legislative matters concerning all aspects of taxation.
Download our Tax and Consultancy Team brochure to read more about our Tax specialists and the services we offer.
In addition to our wide range of business services we provide long-term tax planning advice and proactive advice on how to save tax. We also provide an income tax return service to meet your compliance requirements.
Simmons Gainsford LLP provides detailed planning advice on all taxation aspects including groups of companies, reorganisations, sales, purchases and transfer pricing.
Our Tax Department will quickly and efficiently produce your corporate tax return ensuring that it is correctly completed for submission to HM Revenue and Customs.
We advise on how to mitigate the potential tax payable on your estate. This includes advice on setting up trust funds, the use of gifts and assisting with international tax planning. If gifts or trusts are inappropriate, other solutions are available.
Inheritance tax is charged at 40% on assets exceeding the nil rate band and planning, together with an appropriate Will is important if tax liabilities are to be kept to a minimum.
Working together with our taxation specialists you can protect your estate, ensuring that your dependents and other beneficiaries benefit – not HM Revenue and Customs.
Simmons Gainsford LLP can act in trust and estate settlements; we advise on personal matters and have long experience of helping people preserve family wealth.
Divorce has significant implications for taxation, pensions and family finance. We provide sensitive, constructive advice and can help structure a practical and cost effective resolution to the division of assets.
We also assist in obtaining probate and correspond with both the Capital Taxes Office and HM Revenue and Customs’ Share Valuation Division.