Tax advisory and legal services

Irrespective of whether we are discussing the ongoing operations of a company or various non-recurring events, there is no getting away from the importance of tax issues.

Tax non-compliance may trigger serious financial consequences and result in an immediate cash flow effect. In some cases it might even destroy the good reputation of a company.

However, through appropriate tax planning, not only can cost savings be achieved, but new prospects may be opened up, thereby increasing the satisfaction of the company’s stakeholders.

Mazars’ tax specialists are committed to delivering value-added, client-focused tax services with regard to all of our clients' expressed and confidential tax concerns. It is our objective to understand our clients’ business and the commercial, regulatory and industry specific issues they face in order to provide the best solution in any given situation.

We work closely together with our accounting and finance departments and we are also in a position to recommend and engage our reliable partners in legal advice. Hence you will find all necessary services in one place. Our experts are supported by the Mazars international tax network, enabling us to act globally when serving our clients.

Mazars' tax advisors provide complete tax advice to their clients and prospective partners. Our main tax services are detailed below:



Environmental Product Charge services

Reducing the environmental protection product charge- In the lives of most companies, the environmental product charge is a necessary evil, which most departments strive to rid themselves of.

Customs and excise duty advisory services

We often experience in the course of our advisory activities that familiarity with the rules of customs and excise duty is indispensable for the problem-free operation of businesses. Even though excise duty only concerns a narrower group, the majority of companies encounter and need to apply customs regulations at some point during their activities.

Central and Eastern European Tax Guide 2018

Welcome to the fourth annual Mazars Central and Eastern European (CEE) tax guide, and once again it focuses on the changes in the tax systems of the region. During our review, we have observed big variations in tax strategies across the countries: some increased their consumption taxes, others introduced income tax hikes, and we also witnessed novel solutions such as sectoral crisis taxes, the introduction of direct price regulation schemes, and new taxes, all of which have placed additional burdens on economic actors. It’s also clear that while unique approaches exist, some countries are taking ideas from their neighbours.