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  • The future for tax services: Why regulation threatens non-audit work

    Seven years after the introduction of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the debate about whether audit firms should provide tax services to companies they already audit has sprung back into life. Jack Grocott finds out how regulation is forcing taxpayers to think twice about who they hire for their tax work and what the future holds for international audit firms that offer tax services to their clients.


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  • The future for tax services: Why regulation threatens non-audit work

    Seven years after the introduction of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, the debate about whether audit firms should provide tax services to companies they already audit has sprung back into life. Jack Grocott finds out how regulation is forcing taxpayers to think twice about who they hire for their tax work and what the future holds for international audit firms that offer tax services to their clients.

  • Taxpayers prepare for upheaval in Mexico

    Mexico is facing sweeping tax reforms in 2010. Catherine Snowdon speaks to practitioners and government officials to learn more about the plans, which include a higher corporate tax rate, and why they have been introduced now.

  • Transfer pricing and the new economics

    Martin Zetter, Ben Blumenfeld, Kirsty Butler and Bhasha Singhal of Ernst & Young's financial services transfer pricing practice examine the economic implications of the recent financial crisis on transfer pricing

  • Carbon tax proposal is chief outcome of commission

    The recommendations in the report of Ireland's Commission on Taxation stuck to three key objectives, explains Colm Kelly of PricewaterhouseCoopers in Ireland

  • Select practitioners turn out for awards

    New York was the place to be for another successful evening at International Tax Review's America Tax Awards

  • Authorities take corporate residency win

    The Laerstate case shows that the UK tax authorities are having some success at disputing corporate residence, explain Lee Khvat and James Ross of McDermott Will & Emery's London office

  • Treaties get boost at last from Vienna Convention

    The ratification of the Vienna Convention is an important step in bringing to Brazil the international standards of interpretation of treaties in general and, specifically, of tax treaties, explain Luiz Felipe Ferraz and Julia Nogueira of Demarest e Almeida

  • Danes get new valuation and documentation guidelines

    The Danish tax authorities have recently issued new administrative guidelines on valuation and documentation of intellectual property (IP) transactions. Asger Kelstrup, Kasper Toftemark, and Benedicte von Haffner of Deloitte explain the valuation principles as well as the underlying documentation requirements.


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RT @kylegriffin1: An analysis by The AP shows the nation's six big Wall Street banks saved at least $3,590,000,000 in taxes last quarter, t…

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Exchange of information in Switzerland affecting corporations: In the fight against harmful tax practices and to ac… https://t.co/zrc67pWrxz

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UK revenue authority #HMRC is under scrutiny after refusing to cooperate with a French investigation of Lycamobile,… https://t.co/iymYRkhhOl

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Glad you enjoyed it, Vanni https://t.co/jKqnAwbAIy

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