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  • Tax audits turn nasty

    Tax audits can be daunting and scary. When a company is facing that process in a new country for the first time, it can also be confusing. Catherine Snowdon learns about the investigations carried out in various countries and hears how best to deal with the tax authorities.


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  • Tax audits turn nasty

    Tax audits can be daunting and scary. When a company is facing that process in a new country for the first time, it can also be confusing. Catherine Snowdon learns about the investigations carried out in various countries and hears how best to deal with the tax authorities.

  • New insights into transfer pricing

    The UK tax authorities are changing the way they deal with transfer pricing. So International Tax Review is pleased to present the findings of a major and timely survey of corporate taxpayers on this increasingly important subject. The survey shows that taxpayers are latching on to the proposed quicker, risk-based way of working. We would like to thank Chiltern plc as our associates in the design and analysis of the survey. Below Shiv Mahalingham, head of transfer pricing at Chiltern, analyses the survey results. We would also like to thank Roy Warden of HMRC for his input.

  • Tax planning remains top priority for Belgium

    Bernard Moens and Gerard Cops of PwC argue that the Belgian notional interest deduction would prove attractive for companies looking for tax planning opportunities

  • Cypriot companies go Dutch for tax planning

    Rutger Kriek, of Consulco in Cyprus, argues that tax planning opportunities involving Cypriot companies under new Dutch rules are attractive for multinationals

  • Protecting the rights of the Polish taxpayer

    Jaroslaw Antosik, of Accreo Taxand in Poland, argues that the Polish taxpayer's right to be properly informed is a continuing process

  • German tax man challenges white income tax rules

    Christian Brodersen and Marc Scheunemann of Baker & McKenzie examine the German tax authority's determination to tax white income

  • Location savings depend on facts of the case

    K R Girish and Veena Parrikar, of KPMG, question one solution fits all for companies seeking transfer pricing savings from shifting activities offshore

  • Best practice is the key to effective transfer pricing management

    Global risk management in relation to tax and transfer pricing is becoming a top priority for both CFOs and heads of tax of multinational corporations. Michel Sijmonsbergen, Steven Carey and Carsten Schmid of Transfer Pricing Associates look at the key trends


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