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Challenges

Ever-changing tax regimes increase the complexity and obligations for the industry on a local and global scale.

Poor tax management can significantly impact business costs and cash flow. Therefore, tax reporting, tax risk management, transfer pricing, VAT and tax planning strategies represent critical areas of focus for the healthcare industry.

Deloitte services offering

Subject matter and industry experts will help you to be competitive, compliant and position yourself one step ahead.

Deloitte offers a broad range of specialised and individualised services for the healthcare industry to respond to these challenges:

  • Global business tax services
    • Business tax
    • Legal services
    • Private company services
  • Cross-border tax,
    • International tax
    • Merger and acquisitions
    • Transfer pricing
    • Global financial services industry
  • Indirect tax
    • Customs and global trade
    • VAT optimisation
    • VAT recovery
    • IP box regime

Contacts

  • Raymong Krawczykowski
    Partner - Tax leader
  • Christian Deglas
    Partner - Tax - Indirect Tax - VAT

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