Corporate tax

Already at the start of your business, you have to make decisions that have important tax consequences: are you going to develop your business in person or are you going to establish a company for this purpose? If you choose the first option, your income will be taxed under the personal income tax regime. If, on the other hand, you opt to work through a company, the income of the company will be taxed under the corporate income tax regime.

Furthermore, we can help you find the most tax-friendly solution for your corporate structure and outline your transfer pricing policy. In this regard, corporate law and tax law are closely intertwined.

If you wish to merge your company or transfer your business activity to another company, we can assist you in this process and ensure that you will not be faced with any tax surprises. Here too, corporate law and tax law go hand in hand, since a merger or acquisition can only take place in a tax-neutral way if the rules of corporate law are complied with.

Likewise, if you are involved in a transfer of business – as buyer or seller – you should be mindful of the tax consequences of that transfer. After all, a transfer of shares (share deal) has an entirely different tax regime than a transfer of the underlying asset (asset deal).

Our multidisciplinary approach also allows us to involve our accountancy partners at all times. In mergers, acquisitions and other restructurings, for example, it is important to have a correct valuation of the company(ies) and the question of how this transaction can be financed also arises. To this end, we work closely with our regular accountant to arrive at a fast and client-specific solution.

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