Tax affects everyone, from businesses to private individuals. Mills & Reeve will ensure your tax affairs are handled efficiently and effectively. They will work with you to help you put together a personalised tax plan that will meet your needs and help you achieve your own or your company’s objectives.
Their team of 24 lawyers, which includes four specialists in corporate tax and 20 private client tax lawyers, have the expertise to advise you whatever your tax needs.
Whether you want to implement a employee incentive scheme, avoid unnecessary VAT payments, or simply understand what is required when you set up a family trust, their team will be able to give you pertinent and helpful advice.
They have a wide range of experience, including:
- Advising on high value sales and acquisitions
- Income tax
- Advising global companies on tax issues including NIC treatment of senior staff working overseas
- Helping introduce bespoke employee share options
- Securing investment scheme relief
- Establishment and operation of investment companies, both private and public.
Clients include The University of Cambridge, BUPA, Produce World Limited, Orchard Street Investment Management LLP, IQ Capital Partners LLP and Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
‘Mills and Reeve provides carefully considered and commercially tailored advice […] No other firm has the reputation, strength and quality to equal Mills & Reeve.’ — Legal 500
‘A client commented, “it is the best firm I have ever worked with: I can reach them when I ring them up, and there is never a delay.” […] Clients praise a service that is “timely and carefully considered, in which the close working relationship of the real estate and corporate tax teams ensures the provision of holistic advice”.’ — Chambers UK
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