KPMG Accountants help with succession planning, family business succession, Tax advice, succession Quickscan, direct taxation and VAT.
KPMG Accountants help with succession planning, Tax advice, direct taxation and VAT.
Tax consulting and assistance
In order to offer appropriate advice, we first take an inventory of your systems, with our targeted scans, to assess the extent to which tax options are already being used and/or whether any risks are involved. Based on this assessment we then provide you with advice on matters such as payroll taxes (including the work-related costs scheme), corporate tax (including the innovation box tax facility), VAT, customs and excise duties, as well as gift and inheritance taxes.
The services provided by KPMG Accountants regarding succession planning include screening and advising on marriage contracts, opportunities of improvement, planning for real estate and international succession. Regarding donations, our experts are there to help you insert clauses to ensure retention of control and incomes.
Family business succession
KPMG Accountants assists you in the transfer of your company to the next generation, or a third party, and provides you with a personalized approach, according to your specific needs and aspirations. We guide you through the entire acquisition project: planning, structure, writing and review of the acquisition agreements, assistance in tax audit, valuation of the company and financing techniques.
Legal and VAT quick scan
Our KPMG Accountants quick scan offers you insights in your financial and tax situation and even your succession planning. We can provide you with practical advice that lets you get right to work. Our scan consists of a questionnaire that provides an inventory of the relevant points where attention or advice is needed. These elements can include the business structure, remuneration and capital structure.
Wages and salaries are major costs for companies. Together with you, KPMG Accountants evaluates your existing remuneration policy and tries to establish fiscal friendly compensation methods in terms of costs specific to the transferee, fixed allowances, stock option plans, group insurance, etc.