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  • Choosing the optimal forms of business

    The beginning of running a business undoubtedly contains many challenges, starting with the business plan, the target group, the scope of services provided, the analysis of competition and the market. Unfortunately, amid the flurry of duty at the very beginning of the business, some entrepreneurs put aside the analysis of the legal form of the business to the sidelines.

    In an era of so many changes in tax laws, especially in the part concerning income taxation, choosing the optimal legal form should be one of the basic elements of a good business plan for any business.

    Depending on the nature and type of business, you may be entitled to tax breaks, exemptions or dedicated structures for each business profile. For these reasons, at the very start of a business or its development, it is definitely worthwhile to carefully analyze the possible options and choose the one that is most suitable and tax-efficient for your business.

    Who is it for?
    • Do you run a company and would like to verify the optimality of your solutions?
    • Would you like to learn about alternative opportunities that bring tangible tax benefits?
    • Are you planning to start your own business, but don't know what will be the most tax advantageous?
    • Your business is growing dynamically and you would like to adjust the level of development to the optimal tax solutions used in the market?
    Our support scope:
    • Analysis of the financial and tax situation.
    • Support in choosing the appropriate form of taxation.
    • Support in the selection of available tax credits and exemptions.
    • Comprehensive advice on the restructuring of ongoing activities.

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