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  • Tax directors work hard to survive

    As the global economic downturn looks set to worsen in 2009, the 10 most admired tax directors in North America tell Catherine Snowdon about the challenges their industries face and the strategies they have put in place to cope


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  • Tax directors work hard to survive

    As the global economic downturn looks set to worsen in 2009, the 10 most admired tax directors in North America tell Catherine Snowdon about the challenges their industries face and the strategies they have put in place to cope

  • Economy forces advisers to change to keep up

    Firms that are adapting better to the changed economic circumstances, are showing their worth in International Tax Review's second annual poll to find the leading transactional firms around the world

  • Europe struggles to come up with MTIC plan

    Only a new VAT system in the EU will defeat missing trader intra-community fraud, believe John Benstead and Hassan Khan of the Khan Partnership

  • Protocol danger for fiscally transparent entities

    Taxpayers should be aware of the possible implications of the look-through provisions in the new protocol to the US-Canada treaty, as Elinore Richardson and Stephanie Wong of Borden Ladner Gervais explain

  • IAS 12 needs methodical approach

    Modelling techniques can help to estimate the probabilities of uncertain tax positions under IAS 12, believe Rutger Hafkenscheid and Claudia Janssen

  • Italy aims for simpler settlement system

    Omissions and a lack of clarity have forced the introduction of a new provision on tax settlements, reveals Fabio Leonardi of Paul Hastings

  • Securitisation companies work well in weak economy

    The rules for the UK taxation of securitisation companies are now being used by structures specifically created, or suffering, during the economic downturn, explain Sean Finn and Graham Samuel-Gibbon of Latham & Watkins


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Ebay and Netflix pay total UK tax of less than £1.9m - How long until HMRC investigate their TP practices? https://t.co/VPPsT3aGMZ via @FT

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