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Tax is a boardroom issue when a company is seeking to expand its business, it can be a major cost of running a successful business, and can also represent a substantial outflow of funds. Add to this the drain on management time caused by increased reporting obligations, a more aggressive approach by the tax authorities and harsher penalties for noncompliance, and your tax burden can be significantly larger than you would like.
The number one priority of our Tax practice is to deliver a portfolio of services that matches organizations' changing needs in today's global marketplace. We help clients manage their tax burden and obligations, find the often over-looked benefits, benefit from state or EU co-financed subsidies and the development tax allowance, or systematically plan ahead as well as adapt to rapid changes, and deal effectively with the tax authorities.
We also run KPMG’s Indirect Tax Compliance Center covering more than 30 countries with relevant language and technical skills. ITCC offers services for indirect tax compliance (VAT, Insurance Premium Tax and others) for multinational groups in the retail, automotive, energy, real estate, information, communication and entertainment sectors.