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We offer a range of high quality accounting, financial and business services in and around Milton Keynes.
At B2B Business Advisors Limited we can assist start-up businesses in the Milton Keynes area with all aspects of tax and tax planning.
Failure to plan for business taxes can cost you money.
Although you should never let tax breaks persuade you to make a poor business decision, it is essential that as part of your planning for your new business, you build in steps to minimise taxes.
What does business tax planning involve? The areas you'll need to consider include:
You might also need our help with:
Every business has its own, unique circumstances, and you should always seek our advice before acting. Contact us and we'll be glad to help you.
If you are starting a business in the Milton Keynes area and would like help with tax and tax planning for start-ups, contact B2B Business Advisors Limited.
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Our handy tax calendar provides an overview of the key tax dates for your diary.
B2B’s interactive tax calculators can be used to calculate VAT due, the taxable benefits on your company car and how much your savings are worth.
Keep up to date on the latest from the world of business and tax with our daily news stories.
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18 Jan 2022
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