Tax Planning

Tax planning services for a variety of Japanese and international transactions, including corporate reorganizations, M&A, cross-border transactions, and financial transactions

We recognize the importance of identifying tax related issues at the earliest possible stage of any contemplated transaction, so that thorough planning can be used to achieve desired outcomes with respect to tax related issues. Our tax lawyers work closely with our corporate and finance lawyers in structuring and properly documenting transactions, with careful consideration of tax efficiency and reduction of tax related risks. Our tax planning experience extends to Japanese and international transactions, including corporate reorganizations, M&A, cross-border transactions, and financial transactions. We endeavor to provide comprehensive planning from the outset of any new transaction, in order to achieve an optimal structure from a legal and tax related point of view. In novel and complex transactions, our experienced tax practitioners are often called upon to assist with prior consultations with the tax authorities in order to minimize potential risks.

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Tax Planning:People

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Tax Planning:News

Public Service
Firm's lawyers and licensed tax accountants submit a report for "Research on Preferential Tax Systems in Asian Countries" commissioned by the Ministry of Finance
Public Service
Firm's lawyers and licensed tax accounts submit a report for "Research on Countermeasures Against Inheritance Tax Avoidance in Foreign Countries" commissioned by the Ministry of Finance

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Tax Planning:Seminars

Mar. 2, 2017External Seminars
"Hard Brexit" - Your new location: The Netherlands Tax and Legal Aspects -

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Tax Planning:Publications

Book Article
"Q&A Anti-Tax Haven Rules in Practice"
Magazine Article
"Revisions to "Earnings Stripping Rules" Revealed by Outline of 2019 Tax Reform and Impacts on Japanese Practice"
Magazine Article
"Legislation of New Rules on Limitations on Interest Deduction - Outlook for 2019 Tax Reform"
Book Article
"Tax Law and Civil Law"
Article
“Are Paid-in Stock Options Remunerations? – Meaning of ‘Remuneration’ Questioned by ASBJ Public Draft”

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