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02 May 2019 / news

Tax Compliance in the Benelux and Switzerland

Tax compliance involves more than just submitting a tax return on time. We are here to give a company’s management full control of all the relevant tax compliance aspects in Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland in today’s increasingly complex environment.

Full integration with tax advisory and TP team

Our tax compliance is fully integrated with our tax advisory and transfer pricing team, and is thus ideally placed to translate our tax advice accurately in the tax return. Together with our advisors our tax compliance specialists are fully on top not only of the tax developments (e.g. case law, new legislation/policy and international developments), but also of the specific transactions within your structure on which we advised. As such, the team is ideally positioned to signal opportunities and red flags. Our tax compliance services are performed in house, in Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Switzerland.

Checks and balances guaranteed

Loyens & Loeff does not provide accounting and financial reporting services. This guarantees that tax compliance, accounting and financial reporting will always be in separate hands, and ensures healthy checks and balances between the two workflows. Tax compliance matters rely heavily on positions taken in the financial accounts. Having the two workflows handled separately avoids conflicts of interest.

Have a look at our Tax Compliance brochure below or download the PDF version.



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