Services > Taxation
With the wrong business structure or poor transaction planning, you can pay too much tax!
Through timely, effective planning, we can ensure you don’t miss opportunities, minimise tax liabilities, and avoid costly tax pitfalls.
And we can help you unlock profits from your company, or pass on the family business to a new generation, with minimum pain from tax payments!
Our tax planning services include;
- Tax minimisation arrangements for personal, corporate and capital taxes.
- Tax efficient corporate and group restructuring and reorganisations.
- Profit extraction strategies.
- Succession & Estate planning.
- Advising on Mergers, Acquisitions and Disposals.
- Advice on the correct VAT treatment of property transactions.
- Tax impact of marital breakdown.
Staying up to date with the wide ranging tax requirements can be demanding. Some of the taxes you may need to deal with include income/corporation tax, payroll taxes, VAT and subcontractor tax. The Irish Revenue Authorities now apply severe penalties and interest charges if tax is found to be underpaid, whether accidentally or otherwise!
We provide extensive tax compliance services to ensure your business remains tax compliant, leaving you time to concentrate on controlling and developing your business.
As part of our annual services we can complete a comprehensive annual review of each of the taxes affecting your business. We’ll report the results and advise on action needed.
Revenue Audit Support
The Irish Revenue Authorities may at any time review business tax returns. Known as a Revenue Audit, this can be a harrowing experience, even when matters are in good shape. We can assist you at all stages of this process to ensure the least inconvenience possible.
We can take the pain out of this experience by:
A review to prepare for the Revenue Audit visit.
A review of your tax affairs and business records before you are selected by Revenue, and advice on how to avoid selection.
Dealing with the Inspector on your behalf during the Revenue Audit and negotiating on any issues in dispute.
Representing your interests before the Appeal Commissioners, the Ombudsman, or the Courts.