Any company that undertakes international tax arrangements could be affected by DAC6. Reports may be made by professional advisers, known as “intermediaries”, that advise on the arrangements, but where an arrangement is organised in-house or the intermediary cannot report for another reason, the responsibility falls on the taxpayer to file their own report.
VinciWorks has been in close consultation with HMRC, other tax regulators and over 100 leading international firms to establish the implications of the EU Directive and build a reporting solution to help businesses comply.
Join us for a short meeting where we will be covering the core features of our software and give guidance on how international businesses can use it to report and track transactions.
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About VinciWorks’ DAC6 reporting solution
Our DAC6 reporting solution allows intermediaries and multinational businesses to record all cross-border transactions while guiding them on which transactions require reporting.