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Advice on international tax law

The high level of complexity of modern economic relations means that business ventures very often have tax consequences of an international nature. Their proper recognition of the consequences is sometimes problematic due to the specificity of international tax law and the need to analyse the provisions of tax treaties and acts of EU law.

Our support in the field of international tax law includes, inter alia:

  • Analyses of withholding tax obligations;

  • Analyses of the risk of a so-called tax permanent establishment in a specific case (including due to the activities of so-called dependent agents);

  • Analyses of so-called exit tax obligations and foreign controlled companies;

  • Support in determining the tax consequences of goods transactions (WDT, WNT, import, export of goods) on VAT grounds;

  • Setting up the rules of taxation of cross-border activities on the grounds of relevant double taxation treaties, including tax residence.