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
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