It’s hard to keep up to date with frequent changes in legislation.
Grant Thornton Baltic’s tax specialists are up to the task, being able to offer reasonable and practical solutions. You can be sure that your tax accounting is in good hands and that all tax returns will be filed in a timely manner.
- preparing and filing VAT returns
- preparing and filing payroll-related tax returns
- preparing and filing corporate tax returns
- preparing and filing excise and other tax returns
- representing the client in communication with tax authorities and addressing their queries on behalf of the client.
Overview Key changes in tax legislation in the Baltics in 2019 Read more
„The advice we have received in local and international taxation issues has been very professional.“
Meelis Rae, Akso-Haus International, management board member
Tax Transfer pricing 2020 – three problems and three solutions The restrictions established due to the COVID-19 pandemic have disrupted transfer pricing within international corporations. Even if the restrictions were to be eased, undertakings would face major uncertainty about risks and comparables for determining market value. Read full article
Case study Assurance and advisory services: Amserv Grupp AS We performed the statutory financial audit for consolidation group of Amserv Grupp AS, which includes several companies in Estonia and Latvia. Read full article
E-commerce The ever-saturating sphere of e-commerce: how to stay alive The spread of the coronavirus has brought a leap in the adoption and utilisation of e-commerce, but when moving your business online, it is necessary to first consider taxes, marketing and the choice of business model. Read full article
Tax Distributing non-declared equity contributions are not auto The Supreme Court thus finds that a disbursement made from equity capital is not subject to income tax, if the disbursement does not exceed the contribution to the equity and the taxpayer can provide evidence of the equity contribution (regardless of whether or not the contribution has been declared). Read more from the article written by Grant Thornton Baltic's Senior Tax Manager Sander Adamson. Read full article