Whether you are a start-up or an established multi-national company carrying out activities in a new jurisdiction, your business will need to comply with local Income, VAT, Employer’s and Automatic Exchange of Information (AEOI) tax obligations.
Navigating the complexities of tax systems in unfamiliar jurisdictions presents challenges to those tasked with ensuring compliance. Tax compliance encompasses the performance of those financial and administrative tasks required to ensure that accurate tax returns are submitted on time, associated tax liabilities are paid when due and refunds are claimed in a timely manner.
Taking remedial action when tax compliance goes wrong can be very time consuming and costly for businesses, resulting in additional penalties for submitting inaccurate returns, interest charges for late payments and delays in receiving refunds.
How we can help
Supporting your team
Our tax compliance specialists can support your team in adhering to compliance with the tax regulations and procedures applicable to entities operating in Ireland or Luxembourg.
We will help guide your business through the complexities and management of the inherent tax risks associated with doing business in Ireland. Whether in connection with corporation tax, tax filings for directors, multi-jurisdiction employer’s tax or domestic or Intra-EU VAT reporting obligations.
Keeping you informed
Our experts will ensure your tax obligations are managed in an efficient, timely and compliant manner keeping you informed of changes in regulations and requirements.
We can also liaise with Irish Revenue or the Luxembourg tax authorities on your behalf.
Get in touch
To find out how we can support your business contact
Dublin: Yolanda Kelly and Henry Barrett
London: Sandra Mulvehill
Luxembourg: Patrick Robinson or Jaanika Topkin
Download our VAT Compliance factsheet
Whether you are a start-up or a multinational company carrying out activities in a new jurisdiction, if your activity triggers a VAT registration obligation, you must comply with the local VAT legislation.