International tax law

As every businesses knows, there’s no escaping tax law. Unfortunately, it’s rarely as easy as simply filling out a form. That’s why we’re here to provide reliable and competent consultations in international tax law and business activities.

Recognize and manage complex risks

We provide a sterling tax consulting service for both German companies investing abroad and international companies with stakes in Germany. Drawing on many years of experience and know-how, we guide internationally-minded businesses through intricate tax issues that may stand in the way of success. We help identify and manage a range of risks, including misaligned legal standards, qualification conflicts and a lack of transparency regarding rules and deadlines.

International tax law issues affect individuals as well as businesses. Wagemann + Partner provides a service for owners of overseas vacation properties as well as for individuals intending to move away from Germany or who are considering international asset planning. We’re dedicated to protecting your assets from tax disadvantages.

Networked knowledge and know-how

Take advantage of the expertise of our international tax law specialists who, together with our Certified Public Accountants (CPAs), are based in economic capitals all over the world and have many years of experience supporting both firms and individuals in multinational ventures.

Wagemann + Partner is a member of Integra International®. This international association consists of independent tax advisors and auditors who pool their resources to provide internationally-oriented clients with professional advice.

Make the right investments abroad

If you are a mid-sized company looking to take the leap into overseas expansion, we know international tax law will be just one of your many concerns. Thanks to our multidisciplinary approach, we’re also able to advise and support you in the following areas:

  • Structuring German investments abroad
  • Structuring international investments in Germany
  • Establishing an international business: location search, development of a legal structure, etc.
  • Avoiding double taxation
  • Relocating employees abroad
  • Tax credit and controlled foreign corporation (CFC) rules
  • Drafting and proofing transfer pricing documentation