Our Customs and Foreign Trade consulting services aim at decreasing the number of problems that may arise at customs, benefiting from new customs techniques that decrease costs and save time, regulating companies' relations with their customs brokers, informing clients about the legislation and practices in the European Union, and helping them in solving problems with customs offices.
Within this scope, our services:
The Foreign Trade and Customs Consulting section within the PwC Tax Practice offers the following consulting services for customs disputes:
As PwC Turkey, we offer VAT consulting services for domestic and international companies through our VAT experts. The experts in our VAT group have extensive experience and know-how in determining VAT-related issues that may arise in domestic and international companies. We offer solutions to our clients' problems based on our extensive VAT experience.
PwC has launched the Global VAT On-Line web site (www.globalvatonline.com) that offers web-based consulting and information on VAT related issues. Through GlobeSearch, Global VAT On-Line offers a subscription-based service that includes detailed information on the VAT regulations and rates of more than 70 leading countries in global trade. This detailed news service enables subscribers to follow the significant developments on VAT issues and gives them instant access to the global news database containing reports and analyses relating to such significant developments.
The VAT Refund group within our Tax and Legal department offers services to help companies with their VAT refund application. It is composed of experienced Sworn Financial Advisors and experts who keep a close watch on the procedures envisaged and the attitude adopted by the tax authorities. This dedicated group work exclusively on VAT refund transactions.
The Global Tax Monitor recognises PwC as the leading firm in Turkey for tax advice, by reputation, with a very strong lead over the competition.
These results are based on the figures regarding the second quarter of 2013, with a sample size of 70 primary buyers of tax advice in Turkey.