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What is Corporation Tax?
All Limited Companies must file a Corporation Tax Return (also known as the CT600 form) with HMRC within 12 months of the end of the financial year. Despite the fact that it is based on gains made during the Accounting Period (AP) (also known as Chargeable Accounting Period or CAP), you will have to complete one even if you made a loss. This is generally the same as the account duration, as long as it is less than twelve months.
An Accounting Period should never be longer than 12 months. Late returns are penalised, and late payments incur interest. Even though the CT600 must be filed within 12 months of the year end, the payment must be made within 9 months and 1 day.
Corporation Tax is not payable by sole traders, individuals, or partnerships; instead, they must pay taxes by self-assessment tax returns (also known as Personal Tax Return or SA302).
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