The aim of our tax experts is to assist you with the fulfilment of all tax obligations associated with your business activities, and at the same time to set up an optimum tax structure (even with an international dimension) with an emphasis on the obtaining of maximum advantages offered by the Czech as well as international tax legislation systems.
One of the important obligations of any economic entity is the fulfilment of its financial as well as non-financial undertakings towards the locally competent inland revenue bodies represented usually by tax authorities. Not every entity has, however, its own sufficient professional background which could be able to fulfil all obligations at a highly professional level, perhaps due to highly specialised matters which the entities either cannot or do not want to resolve by themselves for various reasons.
The activities of tax administrators have been concentrated, in recent years, on the reviewing of the issues concerning transfer pricing, which holds not only for the Czech Republic, but for other countries as well. Tax administrators all over the world are obtaining on a mandatory basis, from taxpayers, more and more information about their transactions between interrelated persons, and thanks to this, they have always more effective possibilities of their checks.
Representation of clients before tax administrators
Tax proceedings are a very unpleasant process for every tax entity, potentially resulting in a high additional assessment of tax, not only in the period being currently inspected, but also in the subsequent periods. Our tax advisers have extensive knowledge of tax legislation, process laws and of course, current case law of the courts of the Czech Republic as well as of the EU, and that is why they are able to provide you with professional support in the course of any tax proceedings.
International tax planning
International tax planning is now subject to in-depth reviews of the OECD and European Union, with the aim of preventing any tax evasions and transfers of profits to tax-advantaged jurisdictions. Tax authorities of individual countries are beginning to cooperate more and more in their joint effort, and their strategy and desire to reveal and punish any tax evasions will continue to intensify in the years to come.