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Risky business: How bad tax planning could get your company into trouble

01 May 2012

Tax planning is a gamble for many taxpayers. There is a fine line between a plan that saves a company millions and a plan that costs just as much in litigation. Knowing your risks is vital for survival. As this year’s Tax Planning Survey explains, managing these risks and knowing when to take the gamble is a prerequisite for hiring the right adviser.

Asia PacificAustraliaChinaHong KongIndiaIndonesiaJapanMalaysiaNew ZealandPhilippinesSingaporeSouth KoreaTaiwanThailandVietnamEurope, Middle East and AfricaAustriaBaltic StatesBelgiumBulgariaCyprusCzech RepublicDenmarkFinlandFranceGermanyGreeceGulf Cooperation CouncilHungaryIrelandIsraelItalyLuxembourgMaltaThe NetherlandsNorwayPolandPortugalRomaniaRussiaSlovak RepublicSloveniaSouth AfricaSpainSwedenSwitzerlandTurkeyUkraineUKLatin AmericaArgentinaBrazilChileColombiaMexicoPeruUruguayVenezuelaNorth AmericaCanadaUS Asia Pacific Substance over schemes is vital for Asian companies Asia’s tax authorities are cracking down on aggressive tax planning through the courts and legislation. Salman Shaheen looks at why taxpayers must pay more attention to the substance of their structuring....



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