German tax law is extensive, complex and unfortunately often difficult for the layperson to understand. All the better if you can rely on a professional partner. The KMP Group has made it its business to always provide its clients with the best possible advice, regardless of the size of the company and its situation.
Our aim is to optimise the tax burden of our clients, thus contributing to a long-term relationship with our clients. Our top priorities in this regard are transparency and personal contact as we are convinced that advice can only be successful if the individual situation and needs of our clients are understood.
Close cooperation with our in-house teams of experts from the fields of auditing and legal counselling enables us to provide advice from a single source; a service our clients appreciate.
Are you interested in our comprehensive advisory services? Please get in touch! We look forward to hearing from you!
International tax law
Companies operating across borders face new challenges that require special expertise; the downside: possible unwelcome additional tax burdens.
Find out more about our services in the field of international tax law and get to know our experts!
Advice on value added tax
Value added tax and its payment often mean an additional administrative and financial burden for companies. However, the German Value Added Tax Act also offers organisational possibilities that offer much potential for optimisation, especially regarding the mass market.
Inheritance and gift tax
In Germany, all accruals of assets through lifetime gifts or through inheritance are subject to the Inheritance and Gift Tax Act.
Our experienced team of tax consultants will support you in all matters arising, such as minimising the tax burden through early planning.
Real estate transfer tax
Are you planning to purchase or sell a plot of land or shares in a plot and are unsure about the bases and mechanisms of assessment that will determine the real estate transfer tax you will have to pay?
We support you with advice on the drafting of the contract and identify possible additional burdens in advance of the transaction.