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  • US tax reform: What is the likelihood of a border adjustment tax?

    February 16, 2017

    The proposed border adjustment tax has provoked the business world to take action to oppose it, but with US President Donald Trump’s offer to repeal 75% of existing regulations perhaps sweetening the deal, will businesses take the bait?

  • Tougher compliance rules for New Zealand foreign trusts

    February 15, 2017

    New Zealand’s Parliament has approved legislation that will require foreign trusts to disclose more information to the tax authorities as it gets tough on aggressive tax planning in the wake of the Panama Papers.

  • Back to the drawing board for Swiss tax reforms

    February 14, 2017

    Businesses and citizens have crossed swords as the Swiss Corporate Tax Reform III (CTR III), which included numerous tax benefits for MNEs, was rejected by voters in a referendum held on February 12 2017.

  • Tax hikes likely as South Africa tries to plug deficit

    February 14, 2017

    Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is set to announce higher tax rates, as well as other measures, in his upcoming 2017/18 budget that could either boost the economy or deliver the final knockout punch to his career as finance minister.

  • Nominations open for Indirect Tax Leaders guide

    February 13, 2017

    The research period for the sixth edition of International Tax Review's Indirect Tax Leaders guide has begun.

Corporate Tax

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  • US tax reform: What is the likelihood of a border adjustment tax?

    February 16, 2017

    The proposed border adjustment tax has provoked the business world to take action to oppose it, but with US President Donald Trump’s offer to repeal 75% of existing regulations perhaps sweetening the deal, will businesses take the bait?

  • Tax hikes likely as South Africa tries to plug deficit

    February 14, 2017

    Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is set to announce higher tax rates, as well as other measures, in his upcoming 2017/18 budget that could either boost the economy or deliver the final knockout punch to his career as finance minister.

  • Back to the drawing board for Swiss tax reforms

    February 14, 2017

    Businesses and citizens have crossed swords as the Swiss Corporate Tax Reform III (CTR III), which included numerous tax benefits for MNEs, was rejected by voters in a referendum held on February 12 2017.

Indirect Tax

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Compliance Management

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  • Tougher compliance rules for New Zealand foreign trusts

    February 15, 2017

    New Zealand’s Parliament has approved legislation that will require foreign trusts to disclose more information to the tax authorities as it gets tough on aggressive tax planning in the wake of the Panama Papers.

  • Tax hikes likely as South Africa tries to plug deficit

    February 14, 2017

    Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan is set to announce higher tax rates, as well as other measures, in his upcoming 2017/18 budget that could either boost the economy or deliver the final knockout punch to his career as finance minister.

  • Botswana plans for big changes to tax rules in 2017-28 budget

    February 14, 2017

    Botswana intends to simplify tax legislation and introduce transfer pricing rules, the country’s Minister of Finance and Economic Development O K Matambo announced in his 2017-18 budget address.

Tax Disputes

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  • Israeli Deutsche Bank CEO trapped in tax probe

    February 10, 2017

    Boaz Aharon Schwartz, the CEO of Deutsche Bank’s local subsidiary in Israel, has been arrested on suspicion of tax and VAT offenses that involves more than ILS 550 million ($147 million) worth of illegal transactions.

  • EU Advocate General: UK and Gibraltar ‘one entity’ for tax issues

    February 01, 2017

    Companies could continue to face a double tax charge after an Opinion from a European Court of Justice (ECJ) advocate general said that the UK and Gibraltar should be treated as a single entity for tax purposes in the high-profile Gibraltar Betting and Gaming Commission case.

  • Germany takes aim at banks over dividend tax loopholes

    January 31, 2017

    Financial institutions may be subject to huge tax bills as a result of a global bank’s upcoming court case concerning dividend stripping and the pending decision of Germany’s states to reclaim revenues lost from similar tax practices.

ITR Magazine

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  • International updates - February 2017

    January 30, 2017

    The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.

  • The Brockman brief: Leadership attributes: developing relationships

    January 25, 2017

    Tax professionals from all areas of the tax sphere need to move outside their comforts zone to grasp the opportunities available and boost skills. Keith Brockman highlights the need for internal and external networking that could offer previously unknown possibilities.

  • Q&A: China’s changing tax landscape

    January 25, 2017

    China’s tax environment is rapidly changing to become more aligned with international standards, alongside more transparent and business-friendly policies. The Director General of International Taxation for China Tizhong Liao talks to Amelia Schwanke about his thoughts on recent tax developments and what businesses can expect in 2017.

People Moves

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The second edition of the Investor’s Guide to Property Tax has been published by Singapore https://t.co/cssDmyfZWk

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Singapore's IRAS ha released an overview of the key budget tax announcements https://t.co/g8BLIwYxQF

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@idea_cares what is the best contact method to get in touch about a media inquiry?

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RT @jeremydcape: Roses are red And I'm kinda shy But I'll whisk you to Paris To sign the MLI #taxvalentines

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