If you’re a business with international subsidiaries, and you send or receive goods or services between each company, most countries will require these transactions to be on an ‘arm’s length’ basis. It’s almost as if you were trading with an unconnected third party. Each year, you’ll then need to publish a country-by-country report on your transactions. You’ll also need to consider new international legislation and ever-changing tax laws. Difficult, right? But we can help.
We’ll work with you to make sure your cross-charging stands up to HMRC scrutiny, and we’ll write your Transfer Pricing Report. We’re experts in tax and we have a network of specialists all over the world in international tax law. If you’d like to talk to us about how you buy, send and receive goods with your international subsidiaries, get in touch with Suki Kaur on 07973 657815. Or, email Suki at firstname.lastname@example.org
Businesses have so much going on and yours is no different. But what if we said moving some of your operations to a different country could save you money? For example, at the moment you might be doing some research about new opportunities in Taiwan. But did you know that the UK government offers generous Research and Development tax credits and exemptions? We’ll help you structure your operations so they’re tax efficient. There are so many rules, but we’ll navigate these and manage your tax exposure.
If you’d like to talk to us about the way your business is structured, or you’re thinking of moving your business overseas, get in touch with Suki Kaur on 07973 657815. Or, email Suki at email@example.com
When you begin to trade overseas, things can get complicated. There’s only a certain amount you can trade in each country before you’re considered to be a permanent establishment. And this usually comes with tax implications. If you’re expanding, we’ll advise you on the tax aspects of overseas expansion. We’ll consider international treaties and we’ll structure your move to make sure you get the best tax result.
If your business is growing and you’re thinking of trading overseas, or if you’re already trading and you’d like some advice, get in touch with Suki Kaur on 07973 657815. Or, email Suki at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thinking of moving your business to the UK, but unsure about the best way to set it up? It could be a UK branch or even a UK subsidiary company. There’s no one-size fits all solution and there’ll be so many questions that need to be answered. We’ll work with you to structure your move in the best way possible and, if needed, help you to write and publish your tax strategy, as required by UK law.
Sending your employees to work overseas sounds simple. But it can be complicated. Whether people are travelling for permanent employment or for a secondment, whether it’s from the UK or to the UK, we’ll consider the various packages, including PAYE contributions and help decide what’s best for you.
Do you want someone to look after your tax and accounting? Global tax compliance is always changing, and you’ll need to keep your business fully up to date. We’ve a team of experts dealing with tax legislation all over the world. And we work with businesses of all sizes and in all sectors. But it all starts with the basics. We’ll consider your payroll and bookkeeping and we’ll support you with your day-to-day accounting and tax returns. We’ll help throughout the year and with your year-end process.