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Every year more and more companies are arguing with the SRS in respect of the additional VAT charges at the time of the audit. A considerable amount of Tax Service decision is appealed in a higher institution and a court. Law Office INLAT PLUS deals with such cases for over 20 years and has positive results. According to general statistics, in about 20% of cases the court takes favourable decisions for companies.
On April 23, 2015, the Saeima of the Republic of Latvia passed several amendments to the Micro-enterprise Tax Law. One of the amendments shall enter into legal force on January 1, 2016, and the other on January 1, 2017.
In the end of December 2014 State Revenue Service (SRS) of Latvia has published an information for foreigners with valid residence permits in Latvia asking to report the property in their possession and to state the amount of cash on hand as of midnight on 31 December 2014, as well as to check their suitability with criteria mentioned in “The Law on Declaring Assets and Unreported Income of Natural Persons” Section 3.
After more than 10 years of discussions the Saeima has adopted the law popularly known as nil return. The much-anticipated regulatory enactment adopted December 1, 2011 by the Saeima is the law “On the declaration of property status of individuals and undeclared income”. Upon careful review of the said document we decided to seek advice on the main provisions of the new law from Aleksandrs Lenkovskis, lawyer of INLAT PLUS, and tax consultant Dmitrijs Serebrjakovs.
Developing its UK expansion strategy this year law office INLAT PLUS has become a member of the Latvian British Chamber of Commerce (LBCC).
The clients of law office INLAT PLUS now have the opportunity to use the company registration and management services provided by our partner, English company “RM Group”, in the majority of low-tax regions, including Great Britain, Bahamas, British Virgin Islands (BVI), British Anguilla, Cyprus, Isle of Man, Jersey, Luxembourg, Panama, Seychelles, Samoa, Switzerland.