With offices and colleges in more than 150 countries, PwC is the worlds largest network of lawyers, accountants and consultants, who are all ready to help your organisation with questions dealing with local and international tax and law.
Matters which potentially may result in need for assistance are for instance:
Multi-national companies are increasingly affected by a continuous development in national and international tax-, juridical- and regulatory framework conditions. To understand the effect of this development business management and transactions between countries is critical for the success of a company.
This applies not only to reporting correctly and in a timely manner in the countries in question, but also predicting the consequences of future actions and organisation, so that one in advance can tax-optimise the activities and structure of the company and group.
When doing cross-border activities it is important to be aware of the risk of tax implications, double taxation and obligation to report.
PwC can, together with the international PwC-network, among others help with services related to:
The consequences of not complying with reporting obligations at home and abroad can be costly, both as a result of additional tax, fees, double taxation and criminal sanctions. The PwC network can assist with:
Taxable reporting duties, hybrid classification, hybrid capitalisation, current taxation and avoiding double taxation are questions that often are decisive for the profitability of the investment. Feel free to contact us for more information about:
EEA law is very central in international tax law. PwC's assistance has led to changes in Norwegian law so that EEA citizens have the same rights as Norwegian tax payers. We can assist with:
Assessment of tax treaties is essential to avoid double taxation of income, obtain credit for taxes paid abroad, etc.
Changes in tax treaties with the OECD's Multilateral Instrument (MLI) entail changes in a number of tax treaties. In addition, the OECD's BEPS project (Base Erosion Profit Shifting) which aims to prevent the exploitation of the tax agreement network has been a hot topic for several years. PwC is happy to assist in assessing the consequences this will have for the individual customers.
In many cases, the tax authorities challenge the taxpayer's claim of tax agreement - with a possible consequence is that income is double taxed. PwC can assist with both complaint handling, requirements for MAP (Mutual Agreement Proceedings - cooperation between the tax authorities in the relevant countries) and APA (Advance Pricing Agreements - an advance agreement between the state on transfer pricing for the companies).
Norway has many tax regimes where there also is special regulations. We have experts who can help assess how international question are made applicable also for special tax regimes.