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Practice Area|Tax & Accounting Center

Tax Investigation

Tax audits are inevitable while a company is conducting business. However, as tax audits have significant impact on business activities, the appropriate response is required to minimize the damage. An appropriate response is necessary for tax audit, but legal accounting management and taxation are much more important to minimize or eliminate the impact of tax audit on the business. To this end, even when there is no tax investigation, regular tax checks on corporate activities are desirable to prevent any tax issues through such diagnosis. Even when there is a tax investigation, it is necessary to respond to such investigation so that the investigation is carried out only within the specified period, without unnecessarily expanding the subject of tax investigation. Appropriate protection and defense should also be made so as to protect the rights and interests of the companies under the tax investigation. Jipyong's Tax Team is committed to eliminating or reducing tax risks through regular tax assessments on business activities of the clients. In addition, our attorneys, through appropriate logic and defense, strive to protect the client’s legitimate rights and interests without undue infringement during tax audits.

Jipyong’s Tax Team works closely with attorneys that boast vast experiences in tax-related litigation and consultation and accountants at the firm to identify and analyze tax issues in addition to protect the rights of our clients with proper response. 

Key Practice Areas Close

    • Identify tax issues
    • Consultation on resolution of tax issues found by diagnosis
    • Representation/response to integrated investigation
    • Representation/response to investigation on individual business owners
    • Representation/response to investigation on inheritance taxes
    • Representation/response to investigation on gift taxes

Experiences Close

    • Company “J” on the transactions with persons of special interest and gains from exemption of liability by debt-equity swap
    • Company “S” on the corporate split
    • Company “S” on the local tax
    • Company “K” on the local tax
    • Company “H” on the management of derivative financial products
    • Company “P” on the corporate restructuring
    • Company “D” on refusal of unfair calculation for stock transfer, and donation
    • Company “Y” on classification of income regarding treasury stock acquisition
    • Company “M” on intangible asset transactions with affiliate person
    • Company “K” on the handling of value added tax, including the zero tax rate related to business activities
    • Tax investigations related to follow-up management of property contributed to non-profit foundation that are not included in the tax value of gift tax