Businesses trading internationally face a complex array of foreign indirect taxes. Depending on the nature of the goods or services they supply and depending on the locations in which they trade, these can include value added tax (VAT), goods and services tax (GST), sales taxes, customs duties and excise duties.
Indirect taxes are generally a cost for the consumer to bear. The burden of administering them however usually falls on the supplier.
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We guide multinational clients through the complexity of the world's indirect tax systems. The following are some of the areas in which we provide valuable support:
- Information about the indirect taxes in force
- Advice on mitigating the effects of indirect taxes to give a competitive advantage
- Registration of businesses for indirect tax purposes
- Preparation and submission of periodic returns
- Acting as a fiscal representative for businesses
- Negotiations with national indirect tax authorities and the resolution of disputes.