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There is no arguing that taxation is an essential element in corporate law. Tax burden should be regarded as one of the vital cost factors to be taken into account for a successful M&A closing and all other commercial transactions. Without clearly grasping tax implication issues, it would be difficult to correctly choose a transaction scheme or to determine contractual terms and provisions underlying a transaction.
As corporate activities become more complicated and evolve more internationally, it is becoming equally more important for foreign corporations and Japanese non-residents to understand the timing of and types of taxes that might be imposed upon them.
In addition, more recently there are cases in which taxpayers, after their tax return is questioned by the tax authority and its correction is challenged, win the dispute over tax law interpretation. With the prevalence of tax authorities questioning tax returns and challenging the interpretation of tax laws, have professional counsel to provide sound tax solutions is indispensible.
The scope of City-Yuwa's tax practice is extensive and services include corporate tax, income tax, consumption tax and various property taxes, and tax issues involving corporate reorganization, and transfer price taxation. City-Yuwa is also experienced in representing taxpayers before administrative tax proceedings.
- September 30, 2010 - Norio Suzuki's comments on group corporate tax system appeared in The Nikkei Business Daily on September 30, 2010.
- May 26, 2010 - Noriyuki Katayama authored an article titled "Taxation on Foreign Investment Funds," which appeared in Business Skill of The Nikkei Business Daily on May 26, 2010.
- May 19, 2010 - Norio Suzuki authored an article titled "Failure to Declare Income Gained as Stock Option Related Profits", which appeared in Business Skill of The Nikkei Business Daily on May 26, 2010.
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