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Friday, 5 July 2013

Businesses and HMRC Taxes

Businesses do pay large amounts of taxes to HMRC despite the recent headlines about Starbucks and Google.  Yes, large organisations do sometimes manage to keep their corporation tax bills low as they do not post profits every year and one year of heavy losses can be offset against future profits.  In addition they can legally reduce it by other means.  But corporation tax is not the only one they pay.

Businesses pay a wide range of taxes most particularly the following;

  • Corporation Tax
  • Employers National Insurance contributions
  • Value Added Tax
  • Business Rates
  • Company Vehicle Tax
  • Environmental Taxes
  • Capital Gains Tax
  • Insurance Premium Tax

See our pages on HMRC and Tax and learn how HMRC collects them.

1 comment :

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