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  • Global tax transactional survey

    Throughout the world, tax transactional advisers have adapted their advice to best support their clients during the economic downturn. Jack Grocott, Catherine Snowdon and David Stevenson speak to advisers and taxpayers in Asia, Europe and North and Latin America.


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  • Global tax transactional survey

    Throughout the world, tax transactional advisers have adapted their advice to best support their clients during the economic downturn. Jack Grocott, Catherine Snowdon and David Stevenson speak to advisers and taxpayers in Asia, Europe and North and Latin America.

  • Tax directors face challenges in 2011 budget

    For North American tax directors, focus has shifted from the struggle to survive during economic free-fall to possible future changes to the US international tax system. Erin Kelechava spoke with corporate tax executives to gauge their reaction to the proposals for reform that will most significantly affect their tax practice

  • What you need to know about disputes with the SAT

    Matthew McKee and Li Wei of Chinese tax law firm Hwuason talk taxpayers through handling clashes with the national tax authorities.

  • Benelux tax competition to attract IP income is on again

    The Netherlands have made the latest move by introducing the Innovation Box. Wim Eynatten and Patrick Brauns of Deloitte compare the IP tax regimes of the Benelux countries.

  • Taxpayer victory over UK's thin capitalisation rules

    The thin capitalisation group litigation has the transfer pricing world transfixed. Katie Camp of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer explains the importance of the High Court decision.

  • An Indian perspective on recent OECD TP initiatives

    Srinivasa Rao and Rajendra Nayak of Ernst & Young in India analyse OECD discussions and how they could and should affect the Indian transfer pricing rules.

  • A look at 2009 in the US Tax Court

    Joel Williamson, William Schmalzl and Kelsey Arnold of Mayer Brown take a look at the most significant cases dealt with by the US Tax Court in 2009.

  • Achieving greater efficiency through tax automation

    With reduced resources and a growing need for greater compliance in most tax jurisdictions, John Curry and Andrea Clarkson of Alvarez & Marsal Taxand examine how internal finance teams are increasingly looking at ways to improve efficiency.


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    A monthly commentary on the notable facts, figures and goings-on in the tax world.


International Correspondents


International Tax Review Profile

Good news for tax professionals as US Treasury proposes to repeal 298 outdated tax regulations. https://t.co/U2ipmjA8gi

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @MPAgnew: Roses are red And subject to VAT Unlike other things Such as garments not suitable for older persons made from Tibetan goat fu…

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RT @jmfeiner: If violets are red and roses blue, no worries, it's in s 14AZ(3),(bb)(ii) #TaxValentines #Simplification

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @LBellavite: Roses are red Unfortunately it is true In beautiful Italy A web tax is due #TaxValentines

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @WinklerPartners: Lunar New Year public holiday dates: Taiwan: 15-20 February China: 15-20 February Vietnam (Tet): 15-20 February Hong…

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