International Tax Services In London
Whether you are arriving in the UK for the first time or looking to establish a business in the UK, our international accountants, tax and business advisers support many overseas companies with every aspect of initial advice leading to the assessment of trading operations.
When setting up a business in the UK, our international accountants work with you to decide which trading entity and structure is best suited to your needs. We explain in detail the taxation and legal issues that affect you when you are establishing a business in the UK, clarifying any issues such as transfer pricing and the impact of double tax agreements.
Birchtree Sullivan blends the international accountancy services we offer for businesses setting up in the UK with those of other professionals such as lawyers, bankers, property consultants, asset finance companies, venture capitalists and private equity houses to ensure you receive the right level of support.
Early tax planning is essential when setting up a business in the UK, and our expert international accountants have extensive experience advising businesses on international taxation and VAT.
Our specialist international accountancy services when setting up a business in the UK include:
- Financial accounts
- Selection of most efficient trading entity: Whether setting up or expanding a business, we recommend the most efficient trading and taxation structure for your business now, and in the future.
- Taking full advantage of tax opportunities and reliefs
- Domestic tax issues: We will advise on the most efficient means of meeting your domestic tax responsibilities.
- International tax issues: We’ll guide you through the complexities of international tax regulations, with a focus on import duties, Employment Tax, Remuneration, Transfer Pricing and VAT while mitigating your exposure, and reflecting on the impact of double tax treaties.
- Strategy: For an increasing number of clients, we support strategic growth by assisting with such decisions as of where to base operations, how to access local funding (through enterprise zones, regional grants etc.) and better understanding the UK market.