Employment Tax and Social Security
Evaluating your workforce overall cost is not so easy nowadays. With businesses all around the world, differences of status for residents’, non-residents’ or EU officials’ and a more complex regulatory and tax environment, fund managers are confronted with unique tax situations to deal with. We are here to help you setting up your tax strategy to mitigate risks.
Master your employment tax costs
How do you evaluate your tax liability due at the year-end? Entities’ management has to deal with a tremendous amount of data. Finding optimal solutions and set a proper planning is why we combine the expertise of our tax and employment law specialists, who will advise on the right course of actions to reduce your tax costs.
Define an efficient tax position
Potential double taxation, wage policy, social or stock option plans, bonus schemes… These are tax implications to consider when it comes to make strategic choices to avoid compliance issues. Our team is well positioned to conduct thorough analyses of your tax situation and develop the right procedures and policies to control both your benefit schemes and costs.
Dealing with all your tax issues
Defining a clear tax position is key to limit exposure to tax liability. Our team will help you comply with the Luxembourg and international taxation systems by assisting with:
- Internal process reviews
- Liaise with tax authorities
- Salary structures, remuneration packages, splits and tax calculations
- Social security and pensions
- Bonus scheme and stock option plans
- (Personal) tax planning
- Personal income tax returns
Kheira MebrekSenior Associate Tax Adviser
Kheira Mebrek, senior associate, is a member of the Tax Practice Group in our Luxembourg office. She focuses on personal income tax. She specialises in employment and benefits, employment tax, family owned business and private wealth, social insurances, tax and wage tax.T: + 35 24 66 230 292 E: firstname.lastname@example.org