Effective tax planning is about more than minimising or deferring tax obligations. Financing issues, succession planning, mergers and acquisitions, creditor proofing, strategy development and expansion into new markets are among the concerns that should be reflected in tax planning. Tax considerations can make or break business investment decisions.
In short, tax considerations can affect the value of a business and the extent to which that value can be realised for the benefit of the business owners.
Smart companies don’t entrust their tax affairs to enthusiastic amateurs or to advisers who inhabit the badlands of tax law.
KPMG’s knowledgeable tax professionals seek to help you optimise your organisation’s overall tax position while averting seriously adverse tax judgements and penalties that could disrupt — or even destroy — your business.
Our service covers a broad spectrum of tax, including:
- corporate tax
- international tax planning
- mergers and acquisitions
- transfer pricing
- indirect taxes (including GST, state taxes, customs duties and excise)
- employment-related taxes (including tax issues associated with expatriate employees)
- research and development concessions
Our tax professionals possess in-depth technical tax knowledge and understand how tax fits into the broader business picture.