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Israel Archive

  • October 2018

    Survey: Do you know the best tax transactional and tax advisory firms?

    October 23, 2018

    Companies can vote now for the best tax firms for transactional and advisory services. We only take answers from clients because they alone can determine the true value of the advice they have received from a firm.

  • The ITR European Tax Awards 2019: Submit now

    October 17, 2018

    Companies, firms and individuals can now enter for the International Tax Review European Tax Awards 2019.

  • Tax planning amid political instabilities and tax grabs

    October 15, 2018

    There has been a seismic shift in global politics in recent years, affecting trade and investment and altering the tax landscape. Anjana Haines reviews the tax prospects in this new era with International Tax Review’s Leading Women in Tax.

  • August 2018

    The importance of working together

    August 24, 2018

    International Tax Review’s Leading Women in Tax Forum in London shone a spotlight on how building inclusive teams, empowering others and using your network can create an environment where everyone can thrive. Anjana Haines shares some highlights from the day’s discussions.

  • TP: Employees trigger value creation within MNEs

    August 24, 2018

    Gautier Ciresa, transfer pricing manager at Technicolor, explains why employees are the true indicator of value creation within MNEs and how to determine their impact in a transfer pricing analysis.

  • The new tax function: Building a culture of no surprises

    August 24, 2018

    In-house tax functions are becoming more proactive in how they deal with tax and transfer pricing risks. Anjana Haines collects the view of tax directors on establishing a culture of no surprises.

  • Taxation of the digital economy – is it even worth it?

    August 24, 2018

    I don’t know if it is because of my age, or not using social media much, or because I have spent more than 30 years advising companies that actually manufacture physical goods and sell them to customers, but I don’t really understand the current enthusiasm on the part of the OECD, the EU and governments to investigate ways to change the taxation of the ‘digitalised’ economy.

  • July 2018

    Carbon taxation revenue rose by 50% in 2017 – or did it?

    July 12, 2018

    Global revenue from carbon pricing rose by 50% in 2017 compared to 2016, says a new report from the World Bank. While companies can expect green taxes to keep rising, this statistic doesn’t quite tell the whole story.

  • European Tax Awards 2018: Winners announced

    July 12, 2018

    Europe’s leading tax firms dominated this year’s European Tax Awards through innovation and outstanding tax controversy management.

  • May 2018

    MNEs get easy ride under US repatriation and GILTI regimes as US expats pick up the bill

    May 22, 2018

    Although the 2017 US Tax Cuts and Job Act (TCJA) aimed to cut taxes for all Americans, individual US shareholders of controlled foreign corporations (CFCs) living outside the US (expats) are being discriminated against under the repatriation and GILTI tax regimes. Monte Silver of Silver & Co in Israel explains why the likes of Google and Apple are getting a good deal.

  • April 2018

    Plenty on planners’ plates: Tax Planning Survey 2018

    April 30, 2018

    The US Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and other countries’ responses to it, the BEPS project, various exchange of information agreements, incoming tax treaty changes and national elections are just a few of the obstacles ensuring that tax professionals have plenty of planning on their plates in 2018.

  • Digital issues and EU VAT reform take centre stage at ITR’s Indirect Tax Forum

    April 30, 2018

    The OECD’s David O’Sullivan opened ITR’s Indirect Tax Forum by talking about the role which web companies can play in collecting VAT and GST. Subscribers and delegates can download his presentation – and those of other speakers, including the EU’s Maria Teresea Fábregas – here.

  • Blockchain – $62 billion VAT fraud buster or just another tech bubble?

    April 05, 2018

    Should we ignore the bitcoin speculative bubble and hacking scare stories as the fireflies before the technological storm? Could blockchain solve the EU’s €50 billion ($62 billion) VAT fraud menace, and revolutionise tax reporting?

  • March 2018

    European Tax Awards 2018 – Shortlist

    March 26, 2018

    The nominees have been revealed for International Tax Review and TP Week’s European Tax Awards.

  • ITR Women in Tax Forum: Celebrating excellence

    March 21, 2018

    International Tax Review hosted its first Women in Tax Forum in New York on March 1. The event kick-started a month of celebrating the brilliant female minds in the sector, their take on some of the hottest tax matters, and insight into their leadership skills and how to be the best.

  • Embracing tax technology: The full perspective

    March 21, 2018

    Geoff Peck, executive officer and chief taxologist at PawPaw Taxology, dives deeper into how tax leaders can approach tax technology with better clarity and assurance than they do today.

  • Nominate the best tax controversy, indirect and female tax advisers for ITR's leaders guides

    March 19, 2018

    ITR's research team has begun work on the Tax Controversy Leaders guide, Indirect Tax Leaders guide and Women in Tax Leaders guide. This is your chance to nominate the individuals who offer the best tax advice.

  • February 2018

    Tax talent: The world's best transactional firms 2018

    February 27, 2018

    Despite global M&A volume exceeding $3 trillion for the fourth consecutive year, there can be no doubt that uncertainty has affected the transactional market during the past year, and will continue to do so in 2018, but this isn’t to say that all of its effects will be negative.

  • Could lower tax demands be the answer to cutting disputes?

    February 27, 2018

    Litigation between taxpayers and authorities is growing worldwide, but a successful outcome is never easy for any party involved in a conflict. Anjana Haines investigates why tax disputes are rising and how to potentially ease the burden.

  • January 2018

    Towards taxation of robots or their use?

    January 30, 2018

    The development of artificial intelligence (AI) and, in particular, of robots is an issue of global significance. Xavier Oberson, professor at the University of Geneva and a specialist in this area examines the societal change towards the use of robots and how to tax them.

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