Customs legislation and international taxation
Customs legislation and international taxation represent two branches of tax law which have developed considerably following the globalization process of trade in goods and in the provision of services by economic operators, as well as the movement of persons in States other than that of origin.
In short, in addition to regulating the entry / exit of goods into / from the national territory, customs legislation deals with taxation relating to the phenomena of import and export of goods between different States.
On the other hand, when taking into consideration the economic operations involved with foreign States and the legal issues which can arise from them, international taxation has the twofold aim of ensuring the correct application of taxation in addition to eliminating any fiscal distortions that may occur in the application of taxes.
The #W&CN therefore provides its Clients with assistance and advice in connection with all problems relating to international taxation and customs legislation, both as a preventive measure (consultative and extrajudicial) as well as in the event of a legal dispute (assistance in litigation proceedings).
Their team of professionals also support their Clients in evaluating the customs plan that best meets their needs by planning and identifying customs duties and the costs the company would incur in relation to the activities to be carried out including those before the relevant customs authorities during administrative and accounting procedures.