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Corporate & Indirect Tax

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Corporate & Indirect Tax

Radical change has shaken the international tax landscape in recent years, with strict new reporting rules and enforcement introduced around the world – often unilaterally – to prevent organisations gaining unfair advantages. It's a complex picture and can feel overwhelming, but it’s never been more important to have an absolute understanding of where you stand when it comes to tax. If you don’t, the repercussions will be serious.​

This becomes even more important when conducting business across borders. Here at Vistra, our Global International Tax Advisory team has extensive knowledge and experience in all tax-related matters, and can guide you through the complexities with agility and speed. We’re alert to the world, but locally alive, so we can offer practical tax advice specific to the countries you’re operating in.​

Our extensive tax advisory support will also cover the impact of cross-border operations: assessing your needs in areas such as transfer pricing and tax leaking, to deliver practical solutions to reduce your tax risk while maximising your savings. We advise on tax-efficient restructuring, tax nexus assessments and fixed establishment, ensuring your tax compliance both in-country and across borders and preventing you being taxed twice.   ​

Our team comprises some of the world’s most dedicated international tax specialists, skilled and experienced in the full range of tax disciplines. They’re here to ensure you’re not burdened with unnecessary detail. Instead you’ll get the light-touch practical advice you need – with none of the headaches.  ​

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On 1 January 2020, the EU and UK began a 12-month Brexit transition period. The interval was designed to give both sides time to negotiate and conclude a free trade agreement.
Most countries around the globe levy indirect taxes, with the most common being Value Added Tax (VAT) and Goods and Services Tax (GST). Like Sales Tax in the US, these levy taxes on consumption. But unlike US Sales Tax, Indirect Tax is levied on the supply of a product or service at each stage in the supply chain.
The worlds of business and finance form a fast-moving, ever-changing sea. If you’re focused on seizing the best opportunities, it becomes impossible to navigate the complexity involved in all the legal aspects, the tax matters, and all the problems of employment, and to stay ahead of the latest developments across different jurisdictions. ​
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