To top it all, the Chartered Institute of Taxation was so impressed, that they decided to present our tax partner, Kate Naylor with a special award to recognise Sagars' unprecedented achievement.
We act as tax technical adviser to a national network of other accountancy firms. This appointment is a testament to our current expertise and, importantly, it’s a great way to ensure that we continue to encounter an extensive range of different tax problems and situations which we can draw on to the benefit of our own clients.
What this means for you is that, by choosing Sagars ahead of (say) a nationally known name, you benefit from a similarly high and wide ranging level of technical knowledge whilst also enjoying a truly personal service ...and probably getting much better value for money.
We have dedicated specialists in the following areas:
Contact Kate Naylor on 0113 297 6825 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
VAT & payroll taxes can be complex areas and it’s all too easy to fall foul of the legislation and face interest and penalty charges as a result.
For VAT and /or payroll taxes, you can take advantage of our fixed fee health checks (involving a review of your records, systems and overall indirect tax position) to alert you to problem areas and recommend improvements to your approach.
Our payroll team can help with all aspects of regular PAYE administration (and of course we can run your entire payroll for you too).
Our VAT specialists, headed by an ex- senior officer from HMRC, don’t simply know the law, they know how HMRC will look to apply it. VAT on the face of it is very simple – but in practice VAT is incredibly complex and it’s all too easy to fall foul of the rules.
Another potential pitfall is that VAT is a “transactional tax” – if you miss the opportunity to plan for the VAT consequences of a transaction before you actually do it, it may be too late.
We can advise and support you whether you’ve got a straightforward question about how you should be accounting for VAT, you’re looking for advice about VAT planning in a complex transaction, or you’re facing a VAT enquiry or investigation.
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