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Introduction to Beyond the Numbers

Corporation tax returns

Limited companies and associations must complete and file corporation tax returns with HMRC.

You must file a Company Tax Return (or corporation tax return) if you get a ‘notice to deliver a Company Tax Return’ from HMRC

The return must be filed within one year from the end of accounting period for which you have received the notice. You will pay a penalty if you miss this deadline.

You must still send a return if you make a loss or have no corporation tax to pay.

When you file the return you must work out the profit or loss for corporation tax purposes. This is usually different to the profit or loss shown in your annual accounts which you prepare for Companies House.

If you would like to make sure that you have completed the return correctly and in line with the legislation and HMRC guidelines, why not give us a call and ask us to do this for you.

If we complete your corporation tax return you will have peace of mind that you have complied with the law and also that we have reviewed your accounts to make sure that you have made all the appropriate reductions of profit to ensure that you don’t pay a penny more in tax than you legally have to pay.

If you are interested in this or anything else why not get in touch?

  • I work with Val and beyond the Numbers, because they are exactly that..more than just the numbers. They work hard to understand my business, understand the business needs that are unique to me. They then shape the support and service around those needs.

    What I particularly like is that they are up for doing all sorts of support, from basic book-keeping, through to strategic challenge and insight. Trusted partners.

    Martin Ewart, Bigwheel Leadership Ltd

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