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  • The new challenges for a tax director

    A flurry of senior tax professionals moving from in-house roles to private practice or public accounting in the US makes it clear that corporate tax departments have changed. As in-house jobs become more complex and demanding, many tax professionals are choosing to leave. Catherine Snowdon investigates what has changed for tax directors.


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  • The new challenges for a tax director

    A flurry of senior tax professionals moving from in-house roles to private practice or public accounting in the US makes it clear that corporate tax departments have changed. As in-house jobs become more complex and demanding, many tax professionals are choosing to leave. Catherine Snowdon investigates what has changed for tax directors.

  • Madeira aims to benefit from cutting taxes

    Rui Guedes Henriques and Tânia Matos of Nexia International report that a new VAT rate and changes to a preferential tax regime mean the island has one of most competitive tax regimes in Europe

  • How to get the right result through MAP

    Getting the most from the mutual agreement procedure requires some diligence in being up to date with the relevant treaty and laws, explains Richard Coombes of Deloitte

  • IFRS conversion: 10 reasons why tax should be involved

    Chester Abell, James Corley, and Martin Fiore of Ernst & Young explore the key tax issues that will ensue should the US convert to IFRS accounting standards.

  • Court places trust's effective management in the UK

    KR Sekar of Deloitte Haskins & Sells says that a UK decision represents multilateral opinion on the taxation of dual-resident entities, but that not every country agrees.

  • Rome hosts top transfer pricing talent

    Joanna Faith reports on the eighth Global Transfer Pricing Forum which drew together top names for two days in Rome

  • Dutch coop comes through as withholding option

    The withholding tax exemption for dividend distributions from a Dutch cooperative association makes the structure attractive for international taxpayers, believe Astrid Vroom and Jeroen Adeler of Deloitte

  • India and international community split over treaty

    India has differences of opinion with the OECD over provisions of its Model Tax Convention. This could be bad for foreign investment, warn Srinivasa Rao and Rajendra Nayak of Ernst & Young

  • Wood gets early start

    Georgiana Head talks to Tracy Wood about becoming Ernst & Young's youngest-ever partner and meeting the tax partner of the future


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    A monthly commentary on the notable facts, figures and goings-on in the tax world, so called to give you a gentle exit from International Tax Review each month


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

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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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