Maximize your tax benefits: Objective vs. Direct Tax Estimation
Are you self-employed or have a small business and not sure which tax regime is best for you? At LevackMarin, we are here to help you make the right decision. Today, we explain the key differences between two essential options: Objective Estimation and Direct Estimation.
Simplicity: The Objective Estimation is a simplified tax regime. You calculate your taxes based on a series of pre-established modules, which facilitates accounting and tax filing.
Reduced administrative burden: With less paperwork and complex calculations, you can focus on growing your business instead of wasting time on accounting.
Suitable for certain sectors: Estimación Objetiva is ideal for businesses with relatively constant income and expenses, such as restaurants, retail stores and hairdressers.
Accuracy: Direct Estimation requires keeping detailed control of your income and expenses. This allows you to calculate your taxes based on your actual financial situation, which can be more accurate.
Flexibility: If your business experiences significant fluctuations in income or expenses, Direct Assessment allows you to adjust your taxes more appropriately.
Tax deductions: You can take advantage of a variety of tax deductions and benefits that can reduce your tax burden.
At LevackMarin, we advise you to choose the tax regime that best suits your situation. We know that every business is unique, and our solutions are designed to maximize your tax benefits and free you from unnecessary worries.
Don’t wait any longer! Contact us today and find out how we can help you make the right decision between Objective Estimation and Direct Estimation. Optimize your tax situation and focus on what matters most: growing your business.