• Indirect taxes (VAT, customs and excise duties)

Indirect taxes (VAT, customs and excise duties)

VAT occupies a special position in the field of taxes. It was introduced as a simple tax, but in reality it can be incredibly complex, not least because it is constantly evolving. Every legislative change takes effect almost immediately. It remains true that ignorance or unpreparedness is no excuse. Payers have become accustomed to reporting a lot of data, but prevention and process management (risk management) is not yet widespread, which can lead to major hassles.

VAT is the most important item of the state budget on the revenue side. That is why the correct setting of VAT reporting and setting up control mechanisms can not only bring additional savings on the company's cost side, but above all minimise the risk of additional assessments during increasingly frequent inspections from the tax office.

We offer the setting of all processes in relation to VAT, i.e. from the examination of existing procedures, through the setting of optimal VAT reporting, to the implementation of control mechanisms (prevention).