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Professional accounting for pharmaceutical companies in the UK and Ireland. Get bespoke tax advice and account planning with MJ Kane.
We assists clients with identifying and designing high-quality, innovative financial solutions to help fuel growth and achieve their ultimate objective. Tax planning and stock control within the pharma industry are critically important to ensure tax efficiency and compliance with both HMRC and the GPhC.
Our team has extensive experience guiding and working with privately-owned companies and entrepreneurs. Our accountants advise companies in areas that include improving profitability, whilst maintaining tax efficiency, building infrastructure for cashflow management and stock control.
Proper and exact accounting information can help businesses save their money and time – this especially applies to pharmaceutical companies.
With all the required details available in the records, our pharmaceutical business accounting service ensures the proper management of costs, inventory, income and expenses. Some areas our accounting service to help includes:
Our service is designed to help pharmaceutical companies of all sizes develop accurate and reliable financial projections that can be used to inform decision-making, secure financing, and manage cash flow.
At all times, our priority is to provide you with accurate, timely, and reliable financial projections that can be used to inform your business decisions, manage your cash flow, and achieve your financial goals.
Our accountants can help your pharmaceutical business navigate the complex landscape of UK tax and VAT regulations. Through our guidance you can benefit from maximising your business’ tax efficiencies, and ensure complete compliance.
R&D tax credits are a valuable incentive offered by the government to encourage businesses to invest in research and development activities. Our accountants can help your business claim research and development (R&D) tax credits.
To qualify, the R&D activities must involve the creation of new products, processes, or services, or the improvement of existing ones, through the application of scientific or technological knowledge.