Our corporate lawyers provide practical, straightforward tax advice that fits your commercial objectives.

Dealing with corporate tax can be a major headache, filled with complex regulations that demand constant attention. Our team aim to simplify this challenge. Our corporate law team provides no-nonsense, practical tax advice aligned with your business goals. By making your tax management less of a burden, we’ll help you avoid unnecessary setbacks so you can focus more on what matters. 

We can help with wide range of commercial tax issues, including: 

  • Corporation tax 

  • Capital gains 

  • VAT (Value-Added Tax),  

  • SDLT (Stamp Duty Land Tax) 

  • LBTT (Land and Buildings Transactions Tax) 

  • Employee taxes 

Our client base spans the entire Scottish economy, including SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises), large corporations, charities, and third-sector organizations. Whatever your industry – construction, finance, real estate, the public sector, or non-profits – we’re adept at handling all aspects of corporate tax law. 

We guide shareholders on tax planning – including business asset disposal relief and substantial shareholdings exemption. We also advise on mergers and consolidations, as well as charity trading matters.  

The team is led by our Corporate Tax Partner, Ainsley MacLaren. Ainsley is a Chartered Tax Adviser who’s been ranked in independent legal directories for her expertise. She also participates in the Tax Committees of the Law Society of Scotland and the Scottish Property Federation. With Ainsley on your side, you’ll receive tailored tax advice that aligns with your unique business interests. She’ll collaborate closely with our firm's teams, along with your other professional advisers, to apply a cohesive strategy that supports your commercial objectives. 

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