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DAC6 reporting / mandatory disclosure reporting

The implications of DAC6 are complex and time consuming especially cross jurisdictions. Having the right partner at your side helps you navigate the complexity and stay on top of the requirements.

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Complying with DAC6

The first quarter of 2021 marks the go live of the sixth Directive on Administrative Cooperation in the field of taxation, more commonly named DAC6, reporting obligation in most European Member States. Now that the implementation can’t be ignored anymore, the complexity of the legislation unfolds. You can be impacted in two ways. Either your providers are captured as intermediaries as a result of a service they provide to you, or it will fall to you as the taxpayer.

We have the knowledge and experience you need to succeed. We’re here to make sure that you’re fully compliant with the latest rules and regulations so you can focus on your core business. Our mandatory disclosure reporting services provide an efficient way of maintaining control over all requirements through a secure, online recording and reporting tool. We can help you to navigate the complexities and stay ahead of the curve.

Stay on top of the requirements of the DAC6 regulation and find out how we can help you seize the opportunity and minimise the risks.

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How we can help you

Coordination

We align with other intermediaries through a web-based collaborative platform to avoid the risk of multiple or inconsistent reporting

Assessment

We can perform the assessment of cross-border arrangements through a highly automated and secure reporting solution

Reporting and filing

We can generate reports of the reportable arrangements and file them to the local tax authorities

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Providing specialised assistance to comply with DAC6

DAC6 is raising the bar on reporting standards. Companies operating globally need to prepare to comply with this new set of regulations. Defining the steps to take can be complex and requires specialist assistance.

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Navigating the complexity

Reporting

Who's responsible for reporting?

Control

Keeping track of what's reported.

Language

Some countries require filling in local language.

Timeliness

Arrangement must be reported within 30 days.

Penalties

Steep fines for non-compliance that differ per country.

Process

Filling formats and mechanisms differ per country.