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PwC is the leading provider of tax services worldwide both in terms of the size and scope of our tax practice and our reputation. Clients engage us because we combine a strong understanding of their business and economic environments with specialist tax knowledge in hundreds of national and local jurisdictions across the globe. As tax codes become increasingly complex and tax planning more controversial, we help companies to:

  • identify and reduce tax risks,
  • understand and meet their compliance obligations,
  • implement tax strategies that complement their business and operational objectives,
  • resolve disagreements with tax authorities when they arise, and
  • manage tax accounting and reporting issues and design of best in class tax functions

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Labour Code amended

The Latvian Labour Code is amended on a regular basis and sometimes even more than once a year, but recent years have not seen so sweeping amendments as those coming into force on 1 August 2022. This article will help you navigate the new provisions of labour law.

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Paying taxes on business income: Can we change our tax scheme and how often?

Nowadays renting out real estate (RE) is a common line of business carried on by individuals. The growing popularity of and makes choosing the right tax scheme an important decision. Latvian law offers a number of ways to register a business and pay taxes. This article explores what options are available when it comes to registering a person’s RE letting and whether it is possible to change the form of registration.


VAT treatment of non-fungible tokens (1)

Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have really taken off in recent years. While it might seem this technology has emerged very recently, Kevin MacCoy and Anil Dash created the first known NFT, Quantum, back in 2014. More interest in NFTs didn’t arise until six years later, when the NFT market value reached US$250 million. The market interest in NFTs grew in 2021, when US$41.3 billion was invested in the NFT market over a span of six months. Yet despite such an impressive growth in popularity, we often hear questions like what is NFT, where is it used, and how would it be taxed? This series of articles explores the idea of NFT and the VAT treatment of NFT transactions in the EU.

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