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A number of easy to use calculators, these will help you to check and plan your finances.
Capital gains tax
Check your initial liability to capital gains tax - then discuss with us your options for reducing this tax liability.
Thinking of going into business? Do you have enough finance? Use this calculator to estimate your business start up costs.
What is the cost of your company car including the car benefit, and, if applicable, the car fuel benefit. Also, find out the cost of your van benefit.
Take an approximate look at your company’s forthcoming liability to corporation tax.
Take an approximate look at your likely liability to tax on your business profit or your share of partnership profit.
How much interest will you pay on a loan? Use this calculator to look at the impact of different interest rates over varying time periods.
This calculator gives you the opportunity to calculate when your savings will be worth a million.
Are you paying the correct amount of PAYE? Check you are having the correct amount of tax deducted from your income.
Find out how much you will accumulate if you save regularly? How much will those savings be worth taking the effect of inflation into account?
Stamp duty land tax
Stamp taxes rates range from 0 per cent to 15 per cent. Calculate the liability to stamp taxes on the purchase of shares or property.
Calculate the VAT to be paid where VAT is included in the amount entered at the standard rate of 20%.
How much inheritance tax might your estate be liable to on the occasion of your death? Good tax planning can reduce this liability.
Will you breakeven? This calculator will provide the sales figure you need in order to break even, i.e. obtain a net profit figure of zero.
What is your gross profit? Calculate your gross profit using sales/cost of sales or gross profit per cent to sales.
With the constant fluctuating and ever-increasing cost of fuel, our calculator shows your expenditure over a year, and includes a link to fuel saving strategies.
Capital gains tax
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