Why Rogers Capital

Tax Services?

Rogers Capital partners with you to provide high quality tax services which ultimately enable you to meet your business objectives. We are the largest independent professional advisors outside the Big 4 in Mauritius offering customised tax solutions. Our dynamic tax team comprises of qualified and experienced tax professionals with experience at senior management level from the Big 4 both in Mauritius and internationally. We offer specialised and flawless tax services ranging from tax advisory services to ongoing tax compliance & tax risk management services both at the local and international level.

Advice on cross border structures, where Mauritius is used as an investment platform

  • Tax implications on the different structures
  • Assist clients to decide on the most appropriate structures

Liaison with local tax authorities and overseas agents/authorities

  • Act as an intermediary with the local authorities
  • Coordinate with the tax authorities in foreign jurisdictions

Assistance in reviews and requests from the local tax authorities

  • Assistance in compiling relevant information as requested by the authorities
  • Assistance in responding to the tax authorities

Assistance in tax audits carried out by the tax authorities

  • Compile and review information to be provided to authorities
  • Liaise with authorities
  • Assist in objecting to any tax assessment raised

Analysis and comment on Tax Treaty implications

  • Advise on the impact of the applicable tax treaty provisions and any changes arising thereon

Carrying out tax health check assignments

  • Assess accurate classification and tax treatment on tax returns for open years under review
  • Assess and analysis of major transactions.
  • Recommend solutions to minimise tax exposures and risks.

Tax Compliance Services

  • Assistance in preparation and submission of Corporate Tax, VAT, Payroll Taxes and Withholding Tax Returns

Transfer Pricing Shares

International Tax Compliance Services

  • FATCA, CRS and CbCr reporting obligations