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UK on FATCA; US unveils FATCA Model 2 agreement; Canada-Hong Kong DTA analysis; UK firms call for tax breaks; US sales and use taxes; UK VAT; Russian Supreme Court; and Canada’s Morguard ruling.

Compliance Management

UK says no to son of FATCA but David Cameron puts tax evasion on G8’s agenda

US unveils FATCA Model 2 agreement



Corporate Tax

Canada-Hong Kong DTA analysis

UK firms call for tax breaks for infrastructure



Indirect Tax

Five more common questions on US sales and use taxes

Will Chancellor George Osborne raise UK VAT to 25% in his Autumn Statement?



Tax Disputes

Russia’s Supreme Arbitration Court hears first ever challenge to government tax regulations

Canada’s Morguard ruling may not stop taxpayers putting break fees on capital account






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