Value chain - Tax advisory services
01 January 2018
Reduced trade barriers and significant improvements in technology means that even small, family-owned businesses can operate internationally. But, regardless of your size, to compete internationally you need the right structures in place to reach your target markets and to produce and deliver goods or services efficiently and cost-effectively. A value chain tax analysis can help you determine whether your tax strategy is aligned with the critical activities and assets you rely on to generate profits.
Businesses are finding that by reviewing their organisation’s value chain, they can manage tax risk and achieve significant commercial benefits that drive customer and shareholder value.
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