Correct and efficient management of indirect taxes

Save time and increase your company's profits by optimizing the manangement of VAT, excise tax and customs. We help you establish effective routines that also ensure that your company avoids unnecessary costs and incorrect management that can lead to penalties.

Proper management of VAT and other indirect taxes can affect the company's earnings in both the short and long term. If your company pays less VAT on its sales, revenue and profits can increase. Correspondingly, costs can be reduced if the company is structured so that VAT is deductible. In mixed business, for example, there is a need to review whether VAT risks becoming a cost in your business - and whether it can be avoided through a changed structure.

VAT management for transactions and contracts

Our specialists have extensive experience and share their knowledge so that you can make quick decisions and develop good routines. They can also predict how your business will be assessed by the Swedish Tax Agency.

With our consulting, you can get help to, for example, manage questions about tax effects in connection with acquisitions and sales. You can also get a review of the company's contracts to avoid negative consequences associated with VAT, excise tax and customs.

Tax law review and comprehensive advice

In addition to consulting, information and training, we can offer a preview where we conduct a tax review of the most critical transactions. We can act as an assistant in inquiries from the Swedish Tax Agency, in tax audits and in court proceedings.

With the help of our colleagues in tax, financial services and advisory services, we can offer complete solutions that help you develop your business. And through close collaboration with our colleagues at Grant Thornton International, we can also provide advice on international trade, customs, excise taxes and VAT rules in other countries.

Contact us, and we will tell you more about how we can help you reduce the company's costs and risks when handling indirect taxes.