Corporation Tax – what you need to know about the new changes before 1 April 2021
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March 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join our experts who will provide an overview of the upcoming changes in corporation tax.
This will include:
- Mainstream rate moving to 25% for profit over £250,000
- Small companies rate of 19% for profit up to £50,000
- Why your “associated companies” are now important
- Loss carry back for an extra two years – can you and should you?
- The superdeduction for capital allowances – is it really that super?
- Potential changes afoot for R&D claims
- How can you bring all the elements together to benefit your company?
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