International tax planning
International tax planning is the definition of the best ways and methods of doing business, asset placement, etc. in international practice, with minimal tax risks and an acceptable level of tax liabilities.
It should be taken into account that the tax policy of each state differs from those of other, and the legal forms of business entities and the approach to the regulation of their activities can differ significantly in different states, with different rates and types of taxes applied to the same type of income.
International tax planning is now needed to take into account existing regulatory systems, both national and international. International tax optimization takes into account the peculiarities of “pathways” of international capital transfers and capital income, insurance of foreign financial assets, foreign exchange risks, management of free balances and reserves of assets, while material assets are concentrated in the most appropriate, from a tax point of view, and politically stable jurisdictions.
Benefits of the service
1. Identify gaps and risky points in business processes.
2. The ability to avoid negative consequences in the form of tax credits.
3. A specific list of corrective actions used to minimize risks.
1. Opening a business abroad and its accompaniment.
2. Advice on international taxation.
3. Develop ownership and management structures for foreign and national companies.
4. Develop financing schemes, dividend payments and royalties.
5. Advice on the flow of goods and money in accordance with international tax law.
6. Structuring the order of investing capital in foreign assets and in reverse – foreign capital in national structures.
7. Advice on the application of double taxation treaties.
8. International corporate service.
9. Registration of companies abroad.
10. The organization of accounting and auditing of foreign companies in foreign jurisdictions.
11. Opening bank accounts abroad.
12. Legal support for transactions and foreign economic activity.
13. Advising on financial matters and banking products in foreign banks.
14. International commercial arbitration.
1. Total tax savings, significant reduction in tax costs.
2. Achieving the maximum total net profit of the company (group of companies), tax costs in different jurisdictions of activities with residency characteristics.
3. Implementation of international tax planning within the national jurisdiction.
4. Avoidance of double taxation, the possibility of not paying tax on the same type of income twice;
5. Optimize tax payments based on different approaches to residency in different countries.