Taxmen is the global company specialising in tax and legal services for the e-commerce sector.
Taxmen was established in 2012 to provide one-stop-shop compliance services for VAT on distance selling and environmental regulations on e-commerce packaging in all the European jurisdictions.
It has subsequently widened its tax activities, which now range from customs planning to transfer pricing.
From 2014, the company provides legal services specifically tailored for the IT sector under the brand Lawmen. We provide legal terms for online stores in up to 10 languages, tailored to the needs of each merchant and with the commitment to update the legal terms if any regulatory change takes place within 2 years.
Taxmen is the one-stop-shop provider of VAT registration and compliance services for e-commerce in all the European jurisdictions under the EU distance selling scheme.
Taxmen enables online stores to avoid lengthy and risky searches for tax firms in every single jurisdiction. Registration and filing services are subject to convenient, flat rates.
Our team and network is participated only by qualified lawyers and chartered accountants.
Taxmen is the one-stop-shop provider of registration and compliance services enabling e-commerce stores to report and pay the mandatory financial contributions for packaging recovery imposed by most EU states in pursuance with the European Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive 94/62.
Indeed, most EU states call for foreign online B2C stores introducing parcels in their territory to pay periodical fees for packaging disposal purposes to qualified recovery organizations, regardless of the amount of goods sold in the territory.
Our company can help businesses to register with the local authorities, determine the contributions due and submit the periodical returns on behalf of the client. Registration and filing services are subject to convenient and flat rates.
Taxmen can help businesses to calculate the amount of customs duties due on future inbound and outbound shipments, implement strategies for minimising global customs charges on commercial flows while avoiding tax risks and to delineate transfer pricing policies for international groups.
Online stores are concerned by specific aspects of local and international customs laws. Indeed, many countries apply small consignment exemptions on e-commerce parcels, but with thresholds that quickly change over time, thus creating constant uncertainty for the operators. Also, unless a merchant sets down a suitable procedure for product returns from customers, returns of products can lead to the unnecessary and costly application of customs duties on re-imported goods.