Our people and our firm have won many awards that we’re proud of and that many people will know us for. Yet there’s much more to us than that – as our clients in the Corporate sector will confirm.
By specialising in four key Corporate areas, we provide expert, effective service. Our specialists are immersed in your sector; many of them have been dedicated to it since they joined us as trainees, and some of them are now Partners. It means we understand your market, your competitors and your opportunities and can engage with you on an equal level – helping you reach the right decisions more easily.
For these reasons many of our client relationships are long-standing, and why our biggest work source is through referrals. Our clients and contacts take us with them as they move through the years. Our knowledge and the friendly, personable way we share it with you builds a partnership, where we’re both trusted advisor and facilitator. We understand your vision, and we don’t just talk about it- we deliver it.
Servicing our sectors
We tailor our services to the needs of entrepreneurs and fast-developing innovative businesses, with support for every stage of their journey, including:
- Company secretarial
- Share incentive schemes
- Specialist taxes including corporate tax, VAT, personal and employment taxes
- Outsourced accounting function
- Cashflow management and financial model building
- R&D and other creative tax reliefs
- Statutory audit and annual accounts
- International expansion
- Corporate structuring
- Transaction support, including due diligence and advising through an exit event
We’re known as one of the best audit firms outside the big four, but we’ll also support you with year-round and day-to-day services, such as:
- Audit & assurance
- FCA audits
- RegData (previously Gabriel)
- Corporate Tax
- LLP tax
- Employment tax
- Company Secretarial
- Track record reporting
- International services
- Personal tax
Our work with hospitality businesses of all sizes, from boutique hotels to large pub and hotel and restaurant groups, means we understand the variety of support you need.
We’ll help you focus on your business, while we take care of services such as:
- Accountancy and audit
- Capital Allowances
- Funding, sales and acquisitions, due diligence
- Staff remuneration, Tronc, payroll and minimum wage
- Corporation Tax, VAT and PAYE
- Corporate finance
From helping you build your business to outsourcing our services as your in-house back office, we’ll ease the pressure of complying with HMRC and other regulations so you can focus on your business. Our services include:
- Structuring advice
- Tax-efficient finance and modelling
- Capital Gains Tax and Capital Allowances
- Sale/purchase advisory and structuring
- Due diligence and IPOs
- Outsourcing (bookkeeping and payroll)
- Corporation Tax returns
- HMRC enquiries
- Dividend planning
- Audit and assurance
We constantly engage with influential bodies, including corporate-wide partnerships such as Great British Entrepreneur Awards, Angel Academe (which invests in female-founded tech start-ups) for the CMT sector, Propel for the Hospitality sector, AIMA for the Financial Services sector and Qandor for Property. Combined with our participation in industry events, this gives us invaluable specialist knowledge which we’ll share with you, during our conversations together and though our seminars, insights and opinion pieces.
As a well-established, Top 25 accountancy firm we have many valuable contacts in complementary businesses and amongst leading industry figures, who we can introduce to ease and fast-track your progress.
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Case studiesView all case studies
Case study: Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) options for key employees
Case study takeaways: Our client is a platform designed to support ecommerce growth. haysmacintyre assisted with structuring equity remuneration packages for key employees. The incentive package was agreed utilising available tax advantages and within the client’s timeframe. The challenge Our client wished to offer equity incentives to its key employees. Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) options […]
Hospitality case study: Coronavirus Job Retention scheme investigation
Case study takeaways:
- Company A operates in the hospitality sector.
- haysmacintyre assisted the client with an HMRC Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) investigation.
- Reduced company’s liability from £180k to zero within one week following our involvement.
Advising a hospitality sector startup
Getting it right from the start, advising a hospitality sector startup on online accounting and reporting structures.