UK corporation tax calculator | Calculate & save Please note that the online tax calculators may not look right on a mobile device. You are recommended to view the tax calculators on a desktop/laptop. Feel free to use our free online UK corporation tax calculator. This will help you, as a limited company owner, to calculate how much to pay to HMRC Disclaimer: This free online calculator does not constitute advice. Optimise Accountants cannot accept any responsibility/accountability for any decisions you make based on this UK corporation tax calculator. You are advised to calculate the liabilities for your LTD and speak with your accountant to see how it might be mitigated. Now that is out of the way. Please feel free to use our free online UK corporation tax calculator. UK corporate limited company director/shareholder You will also want to know how to minimise corporation and income tax when you, as a director/shareholder, wish to extract money from a limited company. You must calculate the liabilities to be paid to HMRC and identify ways to minimise them. Many directors and shareholders of UK corporate limited companies are interested in using a company car. It is essential to understand the consequences of taking money out of a limited company, especially when using a vehicle. It would be best to consider several traps when using a company car, given the benefit-in-kind tax liabilities. Be sure to calculate your benefit in kind income tax charge before you use a company car. You may be interested to know more about providing loans to a UK limited company as a director or shareholder. There are ways to charge your property investment limited company interest on the money you have loaned. HMRC rates - Calculate your liability HMRC charge a flat rate of just 19% corporation tax on the profits made by a UK limited company. This 19% flat rate was competitive throughout Europe. The 19% rate was also very competitive against sole traders. Calculate the tax difference before making a choice of the legal entity to be used for your investments. Sole traders paid an income rate of 20% for basic rate taxpayers, 40% for high rate taxpayers and 45% for additional rate taxpayers. Sole traders would pay National Insurance class 2 and National Insurance class 4. Calculating the 19% corporation rate on UK limited companies was also straightforward. You did not need to use online calculators to perform this calculation. It is simple enough to do yourself. Go ahead and calculate the tax liability for your company. Corporation Tax rate after April 2023 Corporation tax rates will increase from April 2023. Owners of limited companies need to be mindful that profits exceeding £50,000 from April 2023 will no longer be taxed at 19%. Limited company profits exceeding £50,000 from April 2023 will be subject to: – 26.5% corporation tax on company profits between £50,000 and £250,000 – 25% corporation tax in profits exceeding £250,000 Any UK limited company with profits exceeding £250,000 will pay an increased amount of corporation tax of 6% (a difference between 25% from April 2023 and 19% before April 2023). How will you now manage the 6% increase in corporation tax rates from April 2023?