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  • Time to pay up

    The tax paid by partners in private equity deals has become a political issue in both North America and the UK in the last few months. Tax professionals on both sides of the Atlantic believe that the tax bill for private equity partners will increase. The character of the debate in the two centres, however, has been profoundly different. Bob Reynolds took the temperature of the water


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  • Time to pay up

    The tax paid by partners in private equity deals has become a political issue in both North America and the UK in the last few months. Tax professionals on both sides of the Atlantic believe that the tax bill for private equity partners will increase. The character of the debate in the two centres, however, has been profoundly different. Bob Reynolds took the temperature of the water

  • The tax dilemma in Islamic finance

    What do Islamic finance arrangements mean for the tax director or adviser? King & Spalding's Kevin Conway and Suzanne Feese analyse the different tax approaches in the US and the UK

  • Lasertec shows ECJ reluctance

    Klaus Eicker and Ralph Obser, EU competence group of Ernst & Young in Munich look at the ECJ ruling in the Lasertec case on German thin capitalisation rules

  • Revenue gains insight into business risk

    In March 2007, Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs (HMRC) released a document detailing their evolution to a risk-based approach to tax compliance for large businesses. Here Catherine Snowdon looks at what this means for corporate taxpayers.

  • Property investors benefit from the Polish tax system

    Andrzej Puncewicz and Pawel Tonski, manager, at Accreo Taxand in Poland investigate the tax benefits for investors in the Polish real estate market

  • Traps for the unwary in new income tax law

    Alan Granwell, partner in DLA Piper's Washington DC office, and Qinghua Xu, China group director for the continental Western European area, Ernst & Young, examine the new Chinese Enterprise Income Tax Law

  • Indirect tax progress in EU accession states

    Patrick Walker and Toby O'Reilly from PricewaterhouseCoopers reflect on the impact of EU enlargement for indirect taxes

  • Planning for tax uncertainty

    Pippa Booth, of Deloitte & Touche in London, looks at reporting for tax uncertainty under FIN 48

  • Tax stars on display

    Pictures and reports from the annual European Tax Awards

  • Racing ahead

    Vincci Lo tells Ralph Cunningham how rapidly developing tax systems and more intricate transactions ensure she is kept going to maintain efficient tax affairs for Lexmark in the Asia-Pacific region


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Comment

  • Editorial

  • Zealotry and the new FTC regulations

    Ray Wiacek, head of the global tax practice at Jones Day, argues that new IRS FTC regulations are contrary to some fundamental principles of tax administration

  • Putting Seoul into tax

    Rob Withecombe, head of tax at Grant Thornton UK, is sceptical about the outcome of an OECD project which will risk-assess tax advisers

  • Long overdue charter revision

    The Canadian revenue authority has issued a taxpayer's charter. This suggests that taxpayers would have certain commitments from the taxman. Chris Sanger, head of tax policy at Ernst & Young in the UK, speculates on what might be in a new UK version

  • Russia: Taxation of payments to board members

    Ilya Rybalkin and Ivan Meleshenko, of Hogan & Hartson in Moscow, look at a change in the law

  • UK: VAT registration: No winners

    John Rainsford, a senior VAT manager, at Smith & Williamson exposes the impact of Revenue delays on VAT registration

  • New standards for private equity

    Chris Wales examines the true meaning the recent UK private equity taxation debate


International Correspondents


International Tax Review Profile

Margrethe Vestager once again showing why she's in the #GlobalTax50 with today's announcement of an investigation i… https://t.co/ncyjcWUUE8

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International Tax Review Profile

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International Tax Review Profile

So, ITR readers. Will the US tax reform bill make it to Trump's desk by Christmas?

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @EU_Competition: State aid: @EU_Commission opens in-depth investigation into the Netherlands' tax treatment of Inter IKEA https://t.co/b

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @EU_Commission: We have opened an in-depth investigation into the Netherlands' tax treatment of Inter IKEA, one of two groups operating…

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International Correspondents