Taxation has never been a bigger issue and can be daunting for both businesses and the individuals that own them. Dains’ specialists remove that burden by offering a selection of services that transform complex legislation into easy-to-understand solutions for the organisation, and those that make them tick.
Dains’ clients have access to a partner led service where the clock isn’t always ticking. We invest time with clients to really get to know and understand their business and their objectives.
Through understanding a client’s objectives, undertaking comprehensive analysis, communicating these solutions and working with a business’ other advisers we can work together to plan a successful future safe, in the knowledge that we’re just as concerned about a businesses’ bottom line as they are.
It’s all too easy to miss out on saving money on your tax bill. Allow us to introduce you to Capital Allowances.
For many, Capital Gains Tax is an impenetrable subject that ties their personal or businesses finance in knots. We’re here to untangle them, and make sure you get the best advice available.
With Corporation Self Assessment (CTSA) comes a whole new raft of responsibilities you and your company must meet. Dains can rise to these challenges, whilst you concentrate on your bottom line.
Dains have got every base covered; as well as managing the tax compliance obligations of companies, we also provide a corporate tax advisory and group planning service.
Many businesses trading internationally, particularly with European customers and suppliers, have experienced difficult trading conditions during 2021. The Trade Agreement (“TCA”) has introduced many complexities, some of which (eg increased administration) were expected, others, (eg the origin rules), were not. Contrary to popular belief, the TCA agreement is not a free trade agreement. Duty can still be paid on non-UK origin goods going into Europe (and vice versa) and, unless a customs simplification such as warehousing is used, duty can be paid twice. Many businesses have suffered unexpected costs and reductions in margins as a result of the UK leaving the EU.
As an employer, are you in good shape? Do you have staffing headaches? Are you looking for cost saving opportunities? Are you puzzled by regulations and legal requirements?
Horror stories abound with inheritance tax, but relax - Dains knows that, with careful planning and a close working relationship, we can help you and your family to do all you can to protect your wealth for future generations.
Are you using the 'Patent Box' regime to reduce your corporation tax?
Personal tax issues sometimes get the better of even the finest of minds, but here at Dains help is at hand. Using our in-depth knowledge of the latest rules and regulations, we can help you identify tax planning opportunities and avoid potential pitfalls.
At Dains, we understand that your family’s happiness and future success is part of what makes you tick. Your private financial planning is perhaps the most important thing in your life. Making sure your family is provided for in the future is your number one priority – and ours.
It might seem a long way off, but it’s never too early to start thinking about your retirement.
Over the last few years, self-assessment has undoubtedly become more onerous and complicated; furthermore there is a requirement to file within deadlines and to calculate tax liabilities for the Inland Revenue.
Your company is engaged in looking for new and exciting products, but did you know your research and development (R&D) can open the door to a generous tax break? If you didn’t, you’re not alone...
Tax investigations can happen to anyone, at any time. They can happen whether you’re a business, or an individual and can cause a lot of stress and anxiety.
Dains knows that what matters to you more than anything is the future well-being of your family, and with careful planning together we can do all we can to protect your wealth for future generations.
The Dains Indirect Tax team has one simple aim: to minimise where possible your tax liabilities and to ensure that you comply with your legal and statutory obligations in order to avoid interest and penalties.