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  • Indirect taxes come out of the shadows

    As company profits fall and direct tax receipts plummet, tax authorities will start looking to indirect taxes to generate revenue. Joanna Faith finds out what tax departments should be doing to prepare for this shift in focus.


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  • Indirect taxes come out of the shadows

    As company profits fall and direct tax receipts plummet, tax authorities will start looking to indirect taxes to generate revenue. Joanna Faith finds out what tax departments should be doing to prepare for this shift in focus.

  • UK politician says simplicity is possible

    Vince Cable is the deputy leader of the Liberal Democrats in the UK and is the party's shadow chancellor. He is widely lauded for predicting the global economic downturn long before it took hold. Jack Grocott finds out if this foresight can be applied to UK and international taxation.

  • US taxpayers prepare to do battle over the budget

    Sweeping changes including the reform of deferral rules are on the way for corporate taxpayers if the budget proposals announced by President Obama make it into final legislation. Angry taxpayers and practitioners tell Catherine Snowdon that the plans would damage US companies

  • Funds need to address Russian cross-border structuring

    Alternative investment funds need to focus on structuring of Russian investment, explain PricewaterhouseCoopers in New York and Moscow

  • Case provides VAT relief for European companies

    Litigation has removed the need for suppliers from other EU member states to register for VAT in Germany, explain Royne Schiess and Alexander Thoma of Ernst & Young

  • Decrees add to transfer pricing compliance

    New documentation rules in Spain mean that preparing a transfer pricing master file requires a methodical approach, explains Ana Suárez Capel of Uría Menéndez

  • Costs and risks of complex legal entity structures

    The benefits of undertaking a proactive legal entity simplification process are numerous and significant. Albert Conte, of Global Tax Management Group, discusses some major points for companies to consider

  • Why tax and IP rights go together

    Intellectual property rights form a significant part of a company's value. How they are used creates tax consequences, say Larry Cohen of Latham & Watkins and Kelvin King of Valuation Consulting


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