Company Tax Return
Don’t worry about dealing with HMRC - let the experts at Duport sort it all for you! With our Company Tax Return service you never miss a deadline and always pay the correct amount in tax.
What's a 'company tax return'?
All Limited Companies, Partnership, Charities and Non-Profits registered with Companies House must complete a tax return to declare their business income to HMRC and claim any tax allowances.
Getting your Company Tax Return wrong or missing the deadline can be a costly mistake and could result in a fine. But Duport Accounting can make it simple.
How it works
All you do is send us the correct documents, through the post or online, and we’ll take care of the rest.
- As we provide Bookkeeping alongside this service, your financial records are already in order and ready to submit!
- We calculate your tax and suggest ways you could decrease it
- We complete your CT600 Corporation Tax return or SA800 Partnership Tax return
- We file your return at HMRC, on time
Still have questions? Here are the answers to some of the most common questions people ask about Duport.
Limited Companies must submit a Company Tax return annually with HMRC
Your Company Tax Return is a report to HMRC that details your business income, spending and calculates your company’s Corporation Tax liability.
Your Company Tax Return must be submitted, and your Corporation Tax bill must be paid within 9 months of your year end date.
Companies House will set a Limited Company's year end as the last day of the month you formed the company - starting from the next year. So if you formed your company on 19th March 2022, your first year end would be 31st March 2023.
Need some help?
If you need a little advice on the best options for you, or have a question that's not in our FAQ, Duport's expert team are here to help. Give us a call during office hours or email us any time and we'll help you out.