Cert. liecht. Fiduciary Expert
Certificate in National &
International Tax Law
The team at our subsidiary, LieAdvice AG, a licensed fiduciary company, renders services in the fields of accountancy, taxes and auditing in Liechtenstein.
In the accountancy field the team performs tasks associated with
- Maintaining and preparing accounts
- Preparing annual financial statements (balance sheet, income statement together with notes) pursuant to the statutory provisions of the Liechtenstein Persons and Companies Act (Personen- und Gesellschaftsrecht - “PGR”)
- Value added tax settlements
- Wage accounting/human resources
- Securities accounting
In the field of taxes the team performs tasks associated with
- Preparing tax returns for natural persons and legal entities
- Tax consultancy, tax planning and tax optimisation
- Representation before tax authorities
In the field of auditing the team performs tasks associated with
- Reviewing annual financial statements for small enterprises within the meaning of Art. 1064 Para. 1 PGR
Liechtenstein Institute of Professional Trustees and Fiduciaries
Interadvice Anstalt is a member of the Liechtenstein Institute of Professional Trustees and Fiduciaries (Liechtensteinische Treuhandkammer - “THK”).
The Liechtenstein Institute of Professional Trustees and Fiduciaries is a corporation under public law. This body is responsible for safeguarding the honour, reputation and rights as well as for overseeing the duties of fiduciaries.
The Liechtenstein Institute of Professional Trustees and Fiduciaries has existed in its present form since the corresponding statutory instruments were enacted in the year 1992. It comprises all licensed Liechtenstein fiduciaries and trust companies. The Liechtenstein Financial Market Authority (Finanzmarktaufsicht - “FMA”) is responsible for issuing the relevant licenses.
Further information about the Liechtenstein Institute of Professional Trustees and Fiduciaries is available under www.thv.li.
Principality of Liechtenstein
The Principality of Liechtenstein is a constitutional hereditary monarchy based upon democratic-parliamentary principles. The small state is located between Switzerland, with which it has a customs and currency union, and Austria. It has 37,000 inhabitants, the capital is Vaduz, and the official language is German (an Alemannic dialect is commonly spoken).
The Principality is independent, and following the customs treaty with the neighbouring country of Switzerland in the year 1923, it has close administrative and economic ties with Switzerland. In addition, it also has a currency union with Switzerland. Liechtenstein is a member of the United Nations (UN) and of the European Economic Area (EEA), although, like Switzerland, it is not a member of the European Union (EU). In November 2013, an international convention to prevent tax evasion («OECD/Council of Europe Convention») was signed.
Liechtenstein is characterised in particular by its stable political and economic environment.