Tax Advice

Ongoing Tax Advice

No tax matter is exactly like any other. Each year taxpayers are confronted with new tax rules. There’s nothing routine about tax law. Keeping up to date is a challenge even for the experts.

We keep a con­stant eye on tax chan­ges and ap­ply the right amen­ded laws, tax pe­riod af­ter tax pe­riod, for your own parti­cu­lar tax si­tua­tion. So bot­tom-line, you don’t wind up over­pay­ing ta­xes – no mat­ter whe­ther you’re a cor­po­ra­tion, busi­ness ow­ner, or pri­vate indi­vi­dual, or whe­ther it's in­come tax, emp­loyee with­hol­ding tax, or va­lue ad­ded tax. We keep you up to date with regu­larly re­cur­ring pre­sen­ta­ti­ons about cur­rent deve­lop­ments, and iden­tify where ac­tion may be nee­ded.

The tax admi­ni­s­t­ra­tion of­ten exer­ci­ses its disc­re­tio­nary powers in­con­sis­tently – a furt­her pro­b­lem for tax plan­ning. In such un­cer­tain ca­ses, we pre­pare mea­ning­ful, un­der­stan­da­ble opi­ni­ons or send bin­ding in­for­ma­tion to the tax agency – so you’re on the safe side be­fore you ever go th­rough with a plan.

Any com­pany goes into a state of emer­gency when the tax audi­tors ar­rive. Rele­vant in­for­ma­tion has to be made avail­able elec­tro­ni­cally to the audi­tor, and ques­ti­ons have to be ans­we­red. Apart from the tie-up of in­ter­nal re­sour­ces, there’s the loo­ming risk of dis­pu­tes with the tax admi­ni­s­t­ra­tion, and of unp­lea­sant sur­pri­ses. We work with you in ad­vance to pre­pare your com­pany for fu­ture tax au­dits, and stand by you at all ti­mes to pro­tect your inte­rests and your rights. We as­sist you with every as­pect of a tax au­dit, in­clu­ding dis­cus­sing fi­nan­cial sta­te­ments, and will then file ap­peals against the au­dit re­sults if ne­cessary.