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International Tax Review is a premium subscription product that gives tax professionals in industry, government, private practice and research an unbeatable, multi-media source of intelligence on the key areas of tax.

International Tax Review combines an up-to-date news and analysis service, focusing on Corporate, Indirect, Disputes and Compliance, with International Tax Review, the leading monthly publication about cross-border tax issues. This unique service provides subscribers with access to breaking news and analysis, comment from tax executives, officials and practitioners, as well as comparative discussion of developments in different jurisdictions around the world.

A subscription to International Tax Review includes:

News

  • Unbeatable, daily news coverage of the four major tax areas:
  • Compliance Management - Covering what tax professionals need to know about national and international compliance procedures and policies. Topics featured included tax accounting and reporting.
  • Corporate Tax - Focusing on aspects of direct tax such as reforms, rate cuts, budgets, policy and corporate tax risk management
  • Indirect Tax - Featuring the latest news and insights into the challenges in indirect tax, including changes to VAT rates and rules, and the inauguration of new indirect taxes systems.
  • Tax Disputes - Dealing with the key administrative and judicial decisions around the world; the development of alternative dispute resolution strategies, comparative analysis and comment on tax litigation
  • Coverage of the key multilateral organisations with a role in tax, eg, EU, OECD and UN

Analysis

  • Up-to-the-minute analysis on the latest developments in tax
  • In-depth features covering trends and developments in four key areas: Transfer Pricing, Indirect Tax, Corporate Tax, Tax Disputes
  • Detailed discussions, comparisons and reactions to the most significant tax news
  • Targeted opinion pieces

Newsletters

  • Breaking news alerts to keep you up-to-date
  • Weekly newsletters that can be tailored to you interests and needs
  • Monthly news round-ups

Research Aids

  • A searchable database of news by jurisdiction
  • Access to our 15 year archive

Exclusive Extras

  • Benchmark surveys, polls and awards
  • Exclusive profiles and interviews with influential tax executives and officials
  • Access to our Web Seminars with industry leaders
  • Coverage of all International Tax Review's events and conferences

Print Editions

  • Print copies of International Tax Review magazine
  • Numerous supplements available in print and online

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