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  • Tax Breaks - Avoiding tax when unwinding your company
    You want to unwind your company and take over its business personally. How can you do this without triggering a tax charge?
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  • Tax Breaks - Delaying your company's tax bill
    Companies with profits above a certain amount have to pay their tax in advance every quarter instead of once a year. If your company is about to fall into this category what steps can you take to prevent this?  
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  • Tax Breaks - Selling a subsidiary company tax-efficiently
    If your company sells a subsidiary it will have to pay Corporation Tax on any gain it makes, but you might be able to slash thousands off this if the business has accumulated profits. How's it done?
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  • Tax Breaks - Sponsorship and tax deductions
    Gifts to promote your company are tax deductible only in limited situations. On the other hand, sponsorship can be both commercially savvy and tax friendly as long as you follow a few simple rules - what's involved?
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  • Tax Breaks - Income now - tax later
    Where your company receives a return on its investments you expect a corresponding Corporation Tax bill. But the good news is that it's not always the case. That is, as long as you choose the right investments.
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  • Tax Breaks - Maximising the tax deduction for accountancy fees
    Where your accountant's bill includes a charge for preparing your personal self-assessment tax return, can your company claim a Corporation Tax deduction for this element?
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  • Tax Breaks - A VAT catch on legal fees
    Legal costs for businesses seem to go up and up each year, and to make things worse the Taxman has an aversion to you reclaiming the VAT. What can you do to maximise your chances of claiming it back?
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  • Tax Breaks - Advertising your hobby
    Advertising the products or services your business provides in a newspaper or journal should be a tax allowable expense. But what about promoting your business name through an involvement in motor or even horse racing, or on a lesser scale point-to-point or karting? If you include the running costs of your hobby (or those of a family member) in your accounts as "advertising sponsorship", what can you do to increase your chances of getting tax relief?
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