Corporation & Income Tax

It is important for business owners to extract profits efficiently. Salary and dividends combinations have significant tax charges on corporates.

Captial Gains Tax

We can help mitigate the threat of capital gains tax and allow directors/shareholders to access their assets efficiently. We offer Bespoke planning for this.

Stamp Duty & Land Tax

Every property transaction over a certain value is subject to tax. Planning from the start of the mortgage can save you a sizeable sum in the long term.

Inheritance Tax

Inheritance tax on any estate can be reduced regardless of the nature of the assests of the estate or the expected longevity of the individual.

Wealth Management

Wealth management incorporates receiving investment advice on financial planning, investment portfolio management and other financial services.

Accountancy Services

Our provide a friendly proactive firm of accountants bringing clients an open and personal service nationwide covering all areas of accountancy.

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Typical Tax Savings based on £500 per day earnings - 5 days per week, 46 weeks per year




Sole Trader


Limited Company



With so many solutions, TaxSavingUK allows you to make the right choice

  • Limited Company Benefits

    The main advantage of running your business as a limited company is that you are likely to pay less personal tax than a sole trader.

    Company profits are subject to Corporation Tax. Small businesses are taxed at the ‘small profits rate’ which is currently set at 20%. Larger companies currently pay corporation tax at the ‘main rate’ of 21% on profits over £1.5 million. From April 2015, both rates will be 20%.

    As a sole trader, your entire income is subject to NIC rules. Running your business as a limited company could therefore help you to take home more of your earnings.

  • Umbrella Services

    While the majority of contractors opt for limited companies to handle their business affairs, there are circumstances in which umbrella companies can represent a more practical option.

    The benefits that an umbrella company can offer is to save you from having to manage your own tax, NI, payroll and so forth – a major challenge for the first time contractor, even with a good accountant.

    The principal advantage of the umbrella company model is that it gives an alternative route into contracting for those who, for one reason or another, do not wish to or are not in a position to immediately take the plunge of setting up their own limited company.

  • TSUK Solutions

    We are confident we can save most people money through our services. Some savings can be quite significant. 'Helping Companies and Individuals' who operate as limited companies, LLPs, sole traders and those using umbrella solutions.

    There are no fees for our services so you have nothing to lose - and quite a bit to gain.

    We only deal with the market leading solutions which have a good history and pedigree. It is important when doing tax planning that you are dealing with the top end of the market – with companies which are compliant.

  • Professional

    "Professional and friendly service from the very beginning..." Louise Duke
  • Savings

    "I saved over £5,000 using their limited company solutions" Elizabeth Atkinson
  • Mind Feild

    "Their is such a mind field of information out there. TSUK helped me discover what was best for my business in a way I could understand" Toby Whittaker

Amazing Tax Savings
and returns

% 60 /yr
  • Umbrella Solution
  • Daily Rate £500
  • Gross Pay £115,000
  • Net Earnings £69,184
% 62 /yr
  • Sole Trader
  • Daily Rate £500
  • Gross Pay £115,000
  • Net Earnings £71,715
% 69 /yr
  • Limited Company
  • Daily Rate £500
  • Gross Pay £115,000
  • Net Earnings £79,462
% 82 /yr
  • TSUK Services
  • Daily Rate £500
  • Gross Pay £115,000
  • Net Earnings £94,300
  • Average Tax Savings £25,116
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  • Corporation + Income Tax

    Corporation and income tax are government levies imposed on individuals or entities. Income tax affects individuals on a PAYE basis; if your taxable income is over £31,865 above your personal tax allowance then the rate is 20% on the first £31,865. A 40% higher tax rate is due, however, on taxable income between £31,865 and £150,000. On the other hand Corporation tax affects all Limited Companies.

    Corporation tax rates vary between 0-30% but the average is usually 20%. Most contractors with Limited companies pay themselves via a low net salary and dividends; since dividends can only be paid from company profits, you will need to pay corporation tax at 20% of your net company profit. The 20% figure is, of course, minus the 13.8% National Insurance levy on gross salary.

  • Capital Gains Tax

    Capital gains tax is the tax on the profit of an asset sold for more than it was purchased at. It’s the gain you make on the asset – not the amount it was sold for – that is taxed. Most assets are applicable whether you sell or dispose (give away for example) of them even if they are overseas.

    UK residents pay a rate of 18%, if an individual pays more than the basic rate of income tax then their capital gains tax will be at a rate of 28%.

  • Stamp Duty + Land Tax

    Stamp duty land tax (SDLT) needs to be paid if a person purchases a property in the UK over a certain value. SDLT can vary depending on if an individual or a company purchases a property as well as whether it is for residential or business purposes.

    For example an individual purchasing a residential property between £500,001 and £1million will pay SDLT at 7%. A company (or corporate body), however, will need to pay 15% SDLT on a residential property on purchases over £500,001.

  • Inheritance Tax

    Inheritance tax is due if an individual’s estate, including assets in trusts and gifts given within the last 7 years, is valued over £325,000. Inheritance tax is due on an estate when the owner dies.

    The tax rate is at 40% (or 36% on a charitable donation) on the amount over the aforementioned threshold of £325,000 and due within 6 months after the deceased died.

  • Wealth Management

    Wealth management incorporates receiving investment advice on financial planning, investment portfolio management and a number of other financial services. Small business owners, individuals with a high net worth and families who desire the assistance of a credentialed financial advisory specialist call upon wealth managers to maximise their investments.

    There are usually three different options when it comes to wealth management; high returns with high risk, medium returns for medium risk and low returns for no risk using specially selected banks (with a higher interest rate than standard high street accounts).

  • Accountancy Services

    Many think when they are setting up a small business or start-up that an accountant is not essential however they can provide your business with a great deal of support.

    An accountant will be able to offer business advice, book-keeping, budgeting, finance options and assistance with tax, VAT and PAYE procedures.