International tax is a subject many businesses have to deal with but do not know much about. This uncertainty has led to many businesses receiving tax and interest payment demands from revenue offices abroad. What should they do in this situation? How do businesses avoid tax risks that come with running an international business?
Our primary goal at 1Office is to support your business. In 2015 1Office began group-wide training of our tax advice team and added this development to our service. 1Office is therefore happy to announce that from March 2016 you and your business are welcome to consult with our Tax Advice team with any relevant questions you may have.
Taxation of cross border business activities
Although every business is different, the questions that businesses raise about cross border taxation are often very similar. The most common problems relate to the taxation of a company and those employees that are active in several countries. Questions range from how much and which country needs Value Added Tax, Income Tax and Social Tax.
If your company is active in several countries or if you are an owner of a company that is registered in another country, 1Office tax team can help you:
- Work your way around different tax systems and cross border tax contracts;
- Register your company as a tax payer in Estonia, Finland, Sweden and the United Kingdom;
- Figure out and prevent risks related to business activities.
1Office Tax Team
The 1Office tax team operates across our group. Our tax advisors are primarily experienced in Estonia, Finland, Sweden and the UK but are able to help you even when your business activities are related to other European Union and non-EU countries.
If you have already established your business abroad, we can advise you and offer solutions regarding:
- Should the business have a permanent establishment or establish a separate legal person?
- How to correctly tax the salary of cross border employees?
- How are dividends and other income received from abroad taxed?
- Does a company have to be registered for VAT in another country?
We welcome any questions you have, contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.