Marine Tax is widely recognised as one of the most reputable and esteemed Marine Tax Consultancy firms in the country. Our firm has established itself as a leader in the industry, specialising in providing expert guidance and facilitating tax claims exclusively for mariners.
With a remarkable track record spanning over three decades, our team possesses unparalleled experience and expertise in this highly specialised field. We have honed our skills and amassed extensive knowledge, making us exceptionally well-equipped to handle all your marine tax requirements with utmost proficiency and precision.
At Marine Tax, we take immense pride in our unwavering commitment to delivering superior client service. We understand the complexities of seafarers’ tax matters and strive to provide efficient, friendly, and comprehensive advice tailored to your specific needs. Our team of seasoned professionals excels at simplifying complex tax regulations, ensuring that you receive clear and accurate guidance.
Our motto, “Big Enough to Cope, but Small Enough to Care,” encapsulates our approach to client relationships. While we possess the resources and capabilities of a larger firm, we are deeply committed to maintaining a personalised and attentive approach to each client. We genuinely care about your unique circumstances and are dedicated to providing the highest level of support and assistance throughout your tax journey.
When you choose Marine Tax Consultancy, you can trust that you are partnering with a reputable and highly regarded firm that will navigate the intricate waters of marine taxation on your behalf. We are here to alleviate your tax burdens, protect your financial interests, and ensure compliance with all relevant regulations.
Rules and Regulations
Yes, you will need to make sure you you have visited one foreign port each tax year.
Typically when making a claim, outside the 12 mile limit at midnight is viewed as being outside of the UK. However, HMRC may welcome situations where a vessel leaves its UK berth before midnight and go to a foreign port.
If you have not been out of the UK for a minimum of 183 then a holiday maybe necessary to make up for the short fall of days
Now that Self-Assessment is upon us, it is essential that every 100% deduction claim submitted to the Revenue is correct. It must comply with every aspect of the tax laws relevant to that type of claim
Forward planning is essential for successful claims. With a regular supply of your travel details I can ensure that you spend your full entitlement of time in the UK without jeopardising your claim.