Businesses operating across national borders are faced by widely differing systems in different countries, even within the European Union.
Eversheds’ international tax group is able to chart a way through the maze of differing tax legislation in different countries to provide integrated tax advice in and across a number of jurisdictions, particularly in Europe but also in Africa and south-east Asia.
The international tax group provides standalone structuring advice, as well as assistance with dealing with enquiries from tax authorities and a transactional tax advisory service, working with colleagues in other legal disciplines within the firm.
Where appropriate, we will also project-manage the delivery of tax advice or co-ordinate input to transactional documents from a number of countries in order to provide a multinational solution.
This material was sourced from the Eversheds website.
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