PwC Tanzania is the largest tax and legal practice in Tanzania with two offices – one in Dar es Salaam and the other in Arusha. Our tax and legal services include the following:
Set up support including:
Processing of work and residence permit(s)
Our assistance can cover: preparation of transfer pricing documentation to meet the requirements in Tanzania; evaluation of your transfer pricing policies and actual practice (to review if correctly implemented); reviews prior to tax audits and support during tax audits. We also have access to the knowledge and skills of PwC’s international network of firms which we can leverage to assist in resolving transfer pricing disputes.
So as to effectively manage tax in a dynamic and digital world, we bring together tax function design, technology and compliance delivery to help you understand and meet your current and future challenges head-on.
Support with tax filing and payment requirements including statements of estimated tax and final tax returns, deadline monitoring, and maintenance of tax position summary.
Preparation of monthly payroll, completion of relevant monthly and annual forms, monitoring / effecting statutory payments; effecting payments to employees. Processing annual tax clearance. Assistance with payment and filing of other tax returns (VAT, withholding tax, service levy) and preparation of draft accounts.
Advice on all aspects of tax law including direct and indirect taxes, as well as certain matters ancillary to relevant tax advice (including employment and immigration law; foreign exchange control; company restructuring and reorganisation; and relevant industry regulatory matters).
Tax Health checks provide an independent review of tax compliance. The reviews focus on areas of high risk and also identification of tax opportunities.
Tax Technical courses are designed to equip taxpayers with a working knowledge of taxation in Tanzania. We will also keep you abreast of new developments in Tanzania as well as the international arena that affect your business.
Maintenance of statutory books, filing annual statutory returns, attendance at, and drafting minutes of annual general meetings and board meetings, advising and assisting on company secretarial matters.