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Do you want to ensure that you make optimum use of VAT and customs legislation, while not running any unnecessary risks? The specialists of the Mazars VAT and Customs Group will be happy to help.
Combining our VAT and customs expertise
Making the most of tax opportunities requires specialist knowledge. Mazars has organised this specialisation into a number of units, including the VAT and customs Group.
The Indirect Tax Group pools all our knowledge of indirect taxes on VAT, customs & international trade and associated areas, such as property tax, private motor vehicle and motorcycle tax (BPM, MRB), excise duties, energy taxes, environmental tax, etc., which means you can gain maximum benefit from all the expertise within our organisation. Our experienced consultants work together intensively with their Mazars colleagues throughout Europe.
Services of the Indirect Tax Group
The activities of the Indirect Tax Group include such services as:
Other indirect taxation
The professional consultants of the Indirect Tax Group combine specialist knowledge with practical and client led working methods. Our expertise extends to all taxation and levies and professional areas. This concerns, for example:
- Customs and Trade
- property transfer tax
- excise duties (alcohol, mineral oils, tobacco products, wine, etc.)
- anti-dumping levies
- directors’ liability in relation to VAT and excise duties
- energy taxes
- debt collection issues
- property taxes
- special consumption taxes on non-alcoholic beverages and several other products
- environmental tax
If you engage in cross-border goods transactions within our outside the EU, we would obviously be happy to advise you with regard to any of the aforementioned areas.
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