Tax affects the economic and financial environment of all companies. This is why Mazars has a developed global network of dedicated specialists, continually providing tax updates and top level international tax services.

Our tax specialists within the region work closely together to provide our clients with seamless tailored solutions to their cross border tax issues. Our Singapore office is the gateway to an international team operating across the Asia Pacific region.

In line with ethical and compliance standards, our experts offer a full range of services to optimise company and individual tax environments.

Global tax

To ensure business success and international development, you require a comprehensive understanding of the taxation laws in all countries in which you operate. Mazars' experts support you in implementing efficient and coherent tax organisation on an international scale.

Individual tax

In order to provide our clients with the best service, Mazars has developed two expert groups which specialise in individual tax (both professional and personal, at local or international level):

  • Expatriation
  • Individual taxation

Corporate tax

Mazars' specialists have developed a complete range of services to help companies solve taxation issues.
Our experts create integrated solutions (legal and regulatory tax obligations and tax compliance, tax planning, corporate tax environment optimisation) and can deal with specific requirements or requests (mergers-acquisitions, real estate, etc.).

Indirect tax

Management of Indirect Tax is key, especially for companies involved in international trade. Our experts support you in the implementation of practical solutions for indirect taxation and VAT-related issues and in day-to-day management.
They can also provide you with advice for specific functions (corporate restructuring, GST audit, etc.).

Latest on Singapore Budget 2018

Last week the final step of Singapore’s Budget Cycle for 2018 was concluded by President Halimah Yacob giving assent to the enactment of the Supply Act 2018. This Act formally ends the process of proposing to authorising the spending of the Singapore Government for the financial year starting 1 April 2018.

Tax - A Matter of Moral or Rule of Law?

In the course of running a business, having to pay taxes is a testimony that one has done well in the business. That said, it has always been a taxpayer’s right to arrange its business within the framework of the law to minimize the tax burden. Some tax payers have taken this to a great distance and they have successfully created and implemented elaborate schemes with the use of entities in exotic jurisdictions or tax havens.