With an internationally experienced team of Japanese certified public tax accountants and multilingual supporting staff, we can support companies and individuals in all tax, accounting and payroll matters in accordance with Japanese laws and regulations. We advise clients in Japanese and English in the following areas:
An important issue when starting a business in Japan is choosing the appropriate corporate structure from a tax perspective. We provide tax advice to allow the client to determine which corporate structure (e.g., a representative office, branch office, or Japanese subsidiary) meets their business needs. For the business commencement, we can provide comprehensive support in necessary tax and legal formalities in collaboration with the legal professionals of our firm.
We offer bookkeeping and reporting services in accordance with Group chart-of-accounts and reporting packages. We are able to generate financial statements in Japanese GAAP and IFRS.
We provide payroll services for local employees, including the calculation of withholding taxes, social insurance (pension, health care) and labor insurance (accident and unemployment insurance). Also, we can prepare the necessary reports for social and labor insurance purposes for newly joined and resigning employees.
Our Japanese tax accountants provide corporate compliance services. These services include the preparation of corporate tax, consumption tax, fixed assets tax, and business premises tax returns. In addition, we are able to advise on strategic tax planning with respect to international companies.
We are well-versed in the cross-border transfer of expatriate staff. Our accountants can provide companies with tax planning proposals for international assignments, including advice on applying the relevant tax treaty and social insurance agreement. Also, we prepare individual income tax returns and calculate resident tax and provisional taxes.
We provide tax consulting services, such as the calculation of deferred tax assets and liabilities, attendance at a tax audit, preparation of transfer price study reports, filing of an application related to a tax treaty, acting as a tax agent for foreigners, and preparation of inheritance tax returns.