The preventive tax audit for Independent contractor taxes works to organize and optimize the management of tax obligations. This helps in planning and saving resources. Usually, companies seeking an audit have difficulties in tax planning and management, having made the wrong decisions regarding the regime, calculation, declaration or credits. However, they are not all the advantages of investing in tax auditing. Here are some others when adopting this procedure.
Control of legal processes
With an in-depth analysis of the audit, the company will be able to have a better knowledge of the progress of legal processes and understand how to deal with these processes so that they are properly handled and no longer cause problems.
Many companies, due to careless tax management or lack of information, end up paying more taxes than they should. However, these taxes paid in error can be recovered. But, for that, it is necessary that the audit identifies and tracks this amount so that it is possible to recover them.
With the analysis of the audit, the possibility of consultation and consistent planning, you eliminate from your company the vulnerability to tax risks, which can cause inconvenience and prevent the continuity of the enterprise.
Even recognizing the opportunity for improvement, many companies face difficulties in implementing changes. Therefore, the audit is a support point to answer questions and seek references on how the organization can manage its taxes more efficiently.
Tax auditing is more than an activity that aims to save resources should be seen as an internal control tool. It is the manager’s responsibility to have awareness and control of the company’s obligations, and only through responsible auditing will he be truly able to answer for the success or failure of the business.
What happens to the end of the audit?
Tax auditing is one of the main ways to organize your company’s planning. Currently, many ways to assist the management of enterprises appear every day. The report will always come with the measures that need to be implemented in the company. That is, the tax audit is not limited to diagnosing; the process is also focused on prevention, planning and correction.
In this sense, it is important to highlight that the final meeting is not a break between specialists and companies. In addition to receiving the necessary knowledge to change, organizations are followed up for another 60 months. The consequence of this is that those assisted find the necessary support to answer questions and identify new opportunities. In the event of tax credits, teams will be available to advise managers on how to conduct compensation.
In summary, the audit aims at producing concrete results for the contractor, offering all the necessary monitoring to make changes and having a more efficient tax management.