An increase in profit is the principal goal of any business. The income growth is achieved through competent management of the company and effective planning of transactions. However, the current fiscal policy together with the financial crisis in the domestic and global markets forces us to consider the idea of establishing an effective tax planning strategy.
Business owners certainly have been in a situation where a solid income was significantly reduced after the deduction of applicable taxes and fees. Tax optimization will help to avoid this, moreover – it will be done at the stage of forecasting, before any financial transaction is executed. Results of the analysis will help to assess the actual volume of the fiscal pressure and make a choice in favor or against certain areas of activity.
The consulting bureau «TSEYTELMAN B.C.» will help you to solve all problems related to tax planning. Our priority tasks include application of legislative acts in order to estimate your rights and opportunities during a tax audit and before it. We provide a full range of services to optimize tax payments and to minimize the tax burden on your business.
The consulting bureau will provide you with legal support from the execution of a financial transaction and till the closure of the trial. We also provide preventive services to identify risky financial operations and potential violations. Within the scope of this, our qualified legal specialists will develop complex tax solutions that need to be implemented in your business structure to improve its financial performance.
Tax optimization and financial planning services at the consulting bureau «TSEYTELMAN B.C.» include:
- the most comprehensive legal advice on how to reduce fiscal pressure on your business
- practical implementation of our decisions and recommendations
- client support both during a tax audit, and a possible trial
- services of international tax planning and business restructuring to improve its financial performance
- selection and analysis of counterparties in terms of tax risks