Managing your global taxes

PwC’s international tax professionals have the resources, experience and local competencies to help companies like yours address your cross-border needs, including what these changes really mean for New Zealand businesses.

Our people are closely linked with our extensive global network and can provide you with the up-to-date analytical tax insight you need to help you stay ahead of the curve globally.

Transfer pricing

In an ever-changing global economy, transfer pricing is an important tax issue for multinational companies. PwC's global network of transfer pricing experts are well positioned to advise you on a strategy that can help advance your goals within the ever-shifting compliance landscape.

Whatever the nature of your business - high-growth entrepreneur, midsize company or market leader - and whatever your industry, we have the tools, the global presence and the sophisticated, up-to-date regulatory knowledge to manage your cross-border transactions effectively and help you stay ahead of the game.

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BEPS

Managing tax risk remains critical in an increasingly targeted, transparent business environment, and as the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) debate leads to greater international tax regulation and review. This includes effectively addressing year compliance obligations under New Zealand's updated legislative regime, as implemented via the Taxation (Neutralising BEPS) Bill which came into effect from 1 July 2018.

With this environment in focus, we'll work with you to ensure your organisation's international financial position is managed efficiently and your risks are carefully considered. Our strong global network of international tax specialists have expert knowledge and experience. We offer leading-edge tools and solutions tailored to your industry.

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GST, customs and excise

A significant challenge for international business is keeping pace with the huge volume of change to indirect tax rules globally. Cross-border trade and e-commerce continues to grow, and it is crucial to stay on top of your obligations in the markets that you sell into. New Zealand has recently rewritten its Customs legislation, and imposes GST on non-resident sellers of low-value goods and remote services to New Zealand consumers. New Zealand is not alone with these changes, with countries across the world implementing or proposing similar rules. As a global firm, we can leverage our deep technical knowledge in GST/VAT and Customs across our network to help you manage your international obligations.

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Outbound and inbound structuring

Entering foreign markets can be a great growth opportunity for a New Zealand business. Together with expertise from our PwC Global Network we can help you navigate the local tax, legal and regulatory environment. This will save you money, manage risk and give you confidence.

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