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The announcement of a VAT audit is a tricky and sometimes disquieting moment for any business. VAT rules are complex and pitfalls prove to be numerous. Non compliance – even when committed in good faith – are immediately penalized.

Therefore, Tax Authorities often want to assess the VAT situation and to simultaneously impose administrative fines along with late payment interest at the end of the VAT inspection.

Eventually the VAT liability may be expensive at the closing of audit.

The question is the tax office legally entitled to impose such amount., is a valid and meaningful one? Remember, even if certain infringements detected by the VAT auditor are found not to be disputable, others often have no legal basis or are not sufficiently reasoned. Making the latter simply an overcharge.

VAT Desk has a wealth of experience and expertise to provide your company a service of assistance which is exclusive in the market of VAT expertise dedicated to (internal and external) accountants as well as financial directors or managers.

Providing a VAT dispute assessment is totally free of charge and consists in the analysis of the likelihood of success in challenging any of the points received from the Tax Authorities. After scrutinizing it, our firm issues an opinion prima facie under the following terms: not questionable, moderately questionable, or highly questionable. Should your company wish to use this free assistance, the assessment notice can be sent to the following email address: [email protected].

An acknowledgement of receipt will be automatically sent to you and within approx. 5 working days our opinion regarding the likelihood of success will be provided. Each case will be treated with the highest level of confidentiality and is subject to our legal obligation of professional secrecy.

  • Analysis of the likelihood of success regarding a VAT dispute free of charge;

 

  • Assistance in VAT audits ;

 

  • Follow-up of the dispute at all stages of administrative procedure;

 

  • Reaching a compromise, where appropriate, with the VAT authorities.