We provide specialist tax advice to businesses, both in the form of one-time consultations and on an ongoing basis.

Our tax advice will help you save valuable resources and invest them in further growth and expansion. We take an individual approach to each client, always carefully analysing their needs. Our tailor-made solutions will perfectly fit your business. Our team will prepare recommendations helping you to minimise your tax burden in a legitimate manner

Tax advice at the start-up phase

Even before starting a business, it is always a good idea to review your options. Many decisions made at this stage will determine the amount of taxes you will pay in the future. Sound tax advice received at this stage can help you optimise your tax burden later on.

The right choices in the early days of your company will directly impact the future operation of your business. With a thorough analysis of the legal and business situation, we will be able to come up with the best possible solutions already at the start-up phase.

Tax advice for existing companies

As an entrepreneur, you may want to consider our assistance in reviewing your rules of conduct thus far and select the best solutions in terms of personal income tax, corporate tax, value added tax and civil law transactions tax. We carry out tax audits, provide advice and point out where you can save money. We will implement the most appropriate solutions and make sure that all your decisions maximise your benefits, while complying with applicable laws at all times.

We communicate using a simple and easy to understand language. We make the intricacies of tax law sound simple, thus taking the guesswork out of your taxes.
Our goal is to make you feel confident that your tax conduct is appropriate.

Legal advice

For sole traders – our tax advice will help you choose the most appropriate option among the taxation schemes available for you. We will also help you analyse the possibilities offered by each of them.

For SMEs – our team of tax experts is always ready to assist small and medium-sized entrepreneurs, regardless of their legal form. We provide a full range of services that can be useful to anyone running a small or medium-sized business.

Our services

Ongoing tax consultancy in the areas of PIT, CIT, VAT, and civil-law transactions tax – our tax services address all the taxes typically paid by businesses.

Tax audits and reviews – we carry out tax reviews, audits and due diligences to make sure that your tax settlements are correct. A tax audit will help you assess your current tax situation and identify any tax risk areas within your business. The audit is concluded with a report outlining the activities undertaken by the auditors, any irregularities they have identified and their recommendations. The thematic scope of the audit may cover all or some of your tax areas.

Individual tax interpretations – we help our clients submit requests for written tax interpretations to the Director of the National Revenue Information. Should the interpretation be unfavourable, we can appeal against it on our clients’ behalf.

Analysis of the tax consequences of M&A transactions – an ownership change or a capital group expansion may involve multiple tax consequences. If you are considering any such move, we are here to assist you, whether you are the seller or the buyer in an M&A transaction.

Tax scheme analysis and preparation (MDR) – we help businesses analyse whether there exists an obligation to report domestic or cross-border schemes, and support them in the reporting process.
Should we identify any irregularities, or find that you have not complied with your reporting obligations, we will help you solve the problem.

Support and advice during tax audits and proceedings – no matter how stress-resistant you are, a visit from tax auditors is always stressful.

We will support you in this difficult time and take care of appropriate interactions with the auditors at every stage of the procedure. Our tax advice will help you understand the purpose of the audit and the things you need to pay particular attention to. We will explain whether there are reasons to be concerned or whether the audit is merely a routine procedure.