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Border-Crossing Tax Designs

As a result of the increasing globalisation of corporate activities, border-crossing tax designs play an increasingly important role for many companies. In this context, expanded reporting requirements, such as the stricter DAC6 reporting requirements for border-crossing tax designs, the confidential relationship between clients and tax advisers or lawyers, are of special importance, among other aspects. Our lawyers and tax advisers specialising in international tax law have supported companies as well as private individuals in planning and implementing border-crossing projects of any kind for many years.

Border-crossing restructuring measures

Border-crossing conversions (change of form)

Border-crossing divisions

Border-crossing mergers

Tax and company law advice 

We offer comprehensive tax and company law advice regarding border-crossing activities in cooperation with the experts from neighbouring legal fields, such as company law.

Advantages:

  • Tax and company law specialists as well as certified specialist advisers for international tax law will work for you.
  • Our international network of lawyers enables us to accompany projects with experienced foreign colleagues on site.
  • We are characterised by creativity and flexibility in the comprehensive planning and execution of border-crossing projects.
  • We can safeguard secure handling and extensive experience in interpreting foreign legal systems and the respectively relevant double taxation agreements.

Our services:

  • Tax and company-law planning of border-crossing restructuring measures
  • Legally safe and lawful optimisation of the tax burden for companies and private individuals at reasonable effort
  • Identification of reportable tax designs and execution of the disclosure
  • Integration of reporting requirements in compliance systems
  • Advice in any international tax questions

 

LHP: Attorneys at Law, Tax Law Specialists, Tax Advisers PartmbB

Cologne

An der Pauluskirche 3-5, 50677 Cologne,
Telephone: +49 221 39 09 770

Zurich

Tödistrasse 53, CH-8027 Zurich,
Telephone: +41 44 212 3535