One of the important qualities of successful business projects on the Internet is their ability to achieve the optimal balance between minimum tax burden and high sales.
The analysis of tax risks and development of recommendations focusing on Internet business necessarily define the duties of a tax agent in the territory where the target goods will be sold, possible ways of establishing the tax base and analysis of the risk that trading accounts maintained with payment systems may be directly frozen.
As practice shows, as profitable projects expand internationally, in capturing new markets it is especially important to promptly and consistently analyze risk exposures in relation to financial responsibility centers based on existing practices and judicial precedents.
Such analysis is complicated mainly by numerous specific regional Internet currencies, payment systems, agile changes in laws and state tax policies that regulate this area. The need to properly balance the trading conditions of acquiring banks, popular electronic currencies and their requirements for tax and license obligations which the company must comply with based on expected business dealings is yet another important component.