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    Corporate tax advice: the ways we can help

    We have connections in every corner of the globe that can sort out complicated tax situations for you, leaving you to concentrate on more exciting stuff – safe in the knowledge that your corporation’s tax management is in good hands.

    What we should say upfront is that Tax Natives don’t provide corporation tax advice – we just introduce you to some trusted corporate tax advisors that can. Here’s an idea of the kinds of international corporation tax that they can help you with.

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    Tax Risk & Strategy

    We’ll help you find a corporate tax advisor that will plan an efficient strategy for your company’s tax affairs – and minimise your tax risk in the process.

    Senior Accounting Officer

    We’ll introduce you to an SAO that can act as a point of contact for all internal and external financial issues, especially your tax requirements.

    Transaction Tax Services

    Certain countries in Europe require you to pay transaction taxes – and we know an expert in your chosen territory who can take care of it all for you.

    Tax Compliance & Reporting

    Fail to comply with your tax responsibilities at your own risk! The tax expert we put you in touch with will take care of all your tax and tax reporting obligations.

    IXBRL

    iXBRL reporting can be extremely confusing if you don’t know what you’re doing. Let an iXBRL tax expert take control of it for you!

    Venture Capital Tax Relief

    Want to make the most of potential income tax relief, dividends and exemption from capital gains tax? Speak to a tax expert in your nook of the world.

    Tax Due Digital

    Let a registered tax expert sort out your due tax payments for you. With a digital trail, it’s never been more secure to let someone take care of your tax affairs!

    Business Structuring

    Let a business structuring expert organise your company in such a way that it pays what it has to while still benefiting from all tax relief available to it.

    Tax Investigations

    If your company is in the middle of a tax investigation then you’ll need an expert go-between to ensure it goes smoothly. We can introduce you to that person!

    Corporate

    Corporate losses need to be A) kept in check and B) kept to a minimum. We’ll put you in touch with a corporate tax expert that can do all this and more.

    Tax implications of operating internationally

    If your company’s base and business are in different countries then your tax implications can be extremely complicated. Hire an expert to take care of it for you.

    Innovation Reliefs

    R&D Tax Relief is a UK government tax initiative set up to reward UK companies that spend time and money on research and development. Make sure you don’t miss out!

    M&A Taxation

    As well as excitement, mergers and acquisitions also bring complicated new tax arrangements with them. Hire an expert to oversee your M&A tax requirements.

    Capital Allowances

    Capital allowances let you deduct some or all of the value of an item from your profits before you pay tax. Find out if you’re eligible from a capital allowances tax expert.

    Local tax advisors to solve your
    international tax issues.

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    Why Tax Natives?

    Dealing with international corporate tax can be a complicated, drawn-out process – but not if you have the right people in your corner. That’s why the international tax advisors that we recommend to you all have the following things in common:

    • They’re fully regulated, and your named adviser will be appropriately qualified
    • All have professional indemnity insurance and are insured
    • Will have a minimum of three full-time staff
    • Must operate through a legal entity such as a limited company or LLP
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    Corporation Tax FAQs

    What is corporate tax?

    Corporate tax is a type of tax that is levied on the profits earned by corporations or businesses. It is usually calculated as a percentage of the company’s taxable income and is paid to the government.

    How do I file corporate taxes in the UK?

    To file corporate taxes in the UK, you need to register your company with HM Revenue and Customs, keep accurate financial records, calculate your company’s taxable profits, complete a corporation tax return, and pay any tax due within the deadline, which is usually nine months after the end of your accounting period.

    Who pays Corporation Tax?

    Corporation tax is paid by limited companies, foreign companies with a UK branch or office, and some unincorporated associations such as clubs and co-operatives, on the profits earned from their business activities in the UK.

    What is a tax risk?

    A tax risk is a potential exposure to adverse tax consequences that could arise from uncertainties or complexities in the interpretation or application of tax laws, regulations or policies.

    What does a tax strategy do?

    A tax strategy outlines a plan of action to manage a company’s tax affairs efficiently and effectively while minimising tax risks and complying with applicable tax laws and regulations.

    What is tax risk management?

    Tax risk management involves identifying, assessing, and mitigating tax risks faced by a company through the implementation of effective tax strategies, policies, and procedures. This is to ensure compliance with applicable tax laws and regulations and to minimise the potential impact of adverse tax consequences on the company’s operations and financial performance.

    What is transaction tax UK?

    A financial transaction tax (FTT) is a duty applied to a specific type of financial transaction. It’s usually associated with transactions involving intangible property rather than real property.

    Which countries have FTT?

    Financial Transaction Taxes (FTTs) only apply to a handful of countries: Belgium, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Poland, Spain, Switzerland, Turkey, and the United Kingdom and the tax rate will vary in each territory.

    MEMBERSHIP LEVELS —

    What are the membership types available?

    Curator Native

    FREE

    The Curator is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team. As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    The Curator is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team. As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    However, the Curator has additional responsibilities. They are tasked with the responsibility of managing and updating one of the jurisdiction pages. There is only one Curator membership available for each jurisdiction.

    Where a Curator fulfils their commitments then they receive a 100% discount against their monthly membership fee.

    A Curator can also provide articles if they wish.

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    Creator Native

    FREE

    The Creator is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team. As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    The Creator is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team. As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    However, the Creator has additional responsibilities. They commit to their other Natives that they will produce at least one piece of quality content each quarter – whether an article, video or other valuable content.

    There are multiple Creator memberships available for each jurisdiction. Where a Curator fulfils their commitments then they receive a 100% discount against their monthly membership fee.

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    Adviser Native

    £65 / month

    The Adviser is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team. As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    The Adviser is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team. As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    The Adviser Native is a care-free soul and has made no other commitments to his fellow Tax Natives to generate content or curate a jurisdictional page. That’s cool.

    However, the Adviser will be eligible to pay the full monthly membership fee.

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    Become a curator

    TAX NATIVES: CURATOR

    Curator

    The Curator is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team. As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    The Curator is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team. As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    However, the Curator has additional responsibilities. They are tasked with the responsibility of managing and updating one of the jurisdiction pages.

    There is only one Curator membership available for each jurisdiction.

    Where a Curator fulfils their commitments then they receive a 100% discount against their monthly membership fee.

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    Become a creator

    TAX NATIVES: CREATOR

    Creator

    The Creator is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team. As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    However, the Creator has additional responsibilities. They commit to their other Natives that they will produce at least one piece of quality content each quarter – whether an article, video or other valuable content.

    There are multiple Creator memberships available for each jurisdiction. Where a Curator fulfils their commitments then they receive a 100% discount against their monthly membership fee.

    Become an adviser

    TAX NATIVES: ADVISOR

    Adviser

    The Adviser is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team.

    As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    The Adviser Native is a care-free soul and has made no other commitments to his fellow Tax Natives to generate content or curate a jurisdictional page.

    That's cool.

    However, the Adviser will be eligible to pay the full monthly membership fee.

    Initial admin fee £250 Free £250 Free £250 Free
    Minimum membership term 12 months 12 months 12 months
    Article contentCreator and Curators must create at least one piece of original, quality-approved content each quarter.
    No
    YesCreator and Curators must create at least one piece of original, quality-approved content each quarter.
    No
    Managing and updating your
    jurisdiction page
    Yes
    No
    No

    NATIVE

    FREE

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    TAX NATIVES: CURATOR

    Curator

    The Curator is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team. As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    However, the Curator has additional responsibilities. They are tasked with the responsibility of managing and updating one of the jurisdiction pages.

    There is only one Curator membership available for each jurisdiction.

    Where a Curator fulfils their commitments then they receive a 100% discount against their monthly membership fee.

    Initial admin fee £250 Free
    Minimum membership term 12 months
    Article contentCreator and Curators must create at least one piece of original, quality-approved content each quarter.
    No
    Managing and updating your jurisdiction page Yes

    FREE

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    TAX NATIVES: CREATOR

    Creator

    The Creator is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team. As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    However, the Creator has additional responsibilities. They commit to their other Natives that they will produce at least one piece of quality content each quarter – whether an article, video or other valuable content.

    There are multiple Creator memberships available for each jurisdiction. Where a Curator fulfils their commitments then they receive a 100% discount against their monthly membership fee.

    Initial admin fee £250 Free
    Minimum membership term 12 months
    Content creationCreator and Curators must create at least one piece of original, quality-approved content each quarter.
    YesCreator and Curators must create at least one piece of original, quality-approved content each quarter.
    Managing and updating your jurisdiction page No

    £65 / month

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    TAX NATIVES: ADVISOR

    Adviser

    The Adviser is a fully-fledged member of the Tax Natives team.

    As such, they are capable of making introductions to other Tax Natives and are also able to take leads from their fellow Natives.

    The Adviser Native is a care-free soul and has made no other commitments to his fellow Tax Natives to generate content or curate a jurisdictional page.

    That's cool.

    However, the Adviser will be eligible to pay the full monthly membership fee.

    Initial admin fee £250 Free
    Minimum membership term 12 months
    Content creationCreator and Curators must create at least one piece of original, quality-approved content each quarter.
    No
    Managing and updating your jurisdiction page No

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    OUR PEOPLE —

    Andy Wood

    Founder & Director

    Andy joined the bar in 2019 after learning his ‘trade’ in large, international accountancy firms including the Big 4.

    Over a decade ago (2011 to be precise), hoping that some of the magic dust from these entrepreneurial clients had rubbed off on him, he established his own tax advisery business.

    His clients, as well as the aforementioned entrepreneurs, also include high-net-worth individuals, sports persons and entertainers and private companies.

    He decided to establish Tax Natives due to his first hand experience of regularly having to quickly find reliable and knowledgeable tax advisers around the globe to assist his clients.

    He is a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and the Society of Trust & Estate Practitioners (“STEP”).

    Having grown up in Castleford, West Yorkshire, Andy has rugby league in his DNA. He is also a Yorkshire cricket fan and long-suffering Everton supporter.

    His guitar playing ambition exceeds his proficiency.

    OUR PEOPLE —

    Stuart Stobie

    Founder & Director

    Stuart has accumulated 25 years of experience in the trust and fiduciary business sector. His journey commenced in Hong Kong alongside Grant Thornton, and subsequently, he became an integral part of Sovereign, driving business growth across Asia and being appointed Managing Director, before transitioning to Gibraltar.

    After a successful tenure as the Managing Director of Sovereign’s Gibraltar head-office, Stuart’s path led him to Zurich, where he became associated with Coutts Bank. There, he served as a private banker on their Asia desk. Eventually, he returned to the United Kingdom, where he contributed his expertise to a venture capital enterprise. In 2018, he reconnected with Sovereign, this time stationed at the Wirral office which has recently relocated to Chester’s Coachworks. As Managing Director of Sovereign Corporate and Trustee Services Ltd, his responsibilities centre around business development in the North, with a particular focus on corporate and trust work.

    Stuart’s professional journey has afforded him membership in STEP. His diverse background in the financial and fiduciary domain equips him to tackle a wide array of challenges and devise solutions for his clients and collaborators.

    OUR MISSION —

    To provide expert local tax knowledge on a worldwide scale

    Tax Natives is an international tax network that connects taxpayer clients with qualified and regulated tax advisers, from one jurisdiction to another. But we’ll let Andy explain – he’s good at this stuff.

    Bring your knowledge to the world.

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    How Tax Natives works.

    Tax Natives is an international tax network that connects Explorers (taxpayer clients) with Natives (qualified and regulated tax advisers) from one jurisdiction to another.

    Ask us a question

    STEP ONE

    Select the ‘Ask a question button located on the top of each page and follow through the process to compose your question

    STEP TWO

    Once your question is confirmed and your account is set up, navigate to your user dashboard to view the message exchange between you and your Tax Native.

    STEP THREE

    Each Tax Native has to accept a question from an Explorer before a conversation can begin. Once the Tax Native has accepted your question, a quote will be submitted for approval through the messaging portal.