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  • Keeping clear of the rules

    Tax authorities fear they are losing millions from arbitrage. The worry means that forms of structuring which were considered legitimate are now under suspicion. International Tax Review examines an increasingly confused area of planning


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  • Keeping clear of the rules

    Tax authorities fear they are losing millions from arbitrage. The worry means that forms of structuring which were considered legitimate are now under suspicion. International Tax Review examines an increasingly confused area of planning

  • Reaching the standard

    Mike Sufrin, director of tax at Rolls-Royce, argues for more flexibility in reporting the tax charge

  • Dancing together

    Deciding on which valuation system would prevail would be the issue if VAT, Customs and transfer pricing were to be integrated, believe Monique van Herksen, Folkert Idsinga and Gooike van Slooten of Baker & McKenzie

  • Making the most of VAT reclaims

    Ann Jones of Lowendal analyzes why many EU businesses are failing to reclaim billions of euros in value-added tax. The European Commission's proposals to simplify legislation in this area might help, if agreement is ever reached

  • Cross-border fiscal unity is go

    Hanno Berger and Jens Kleinert explain how European law prevents Germany from denying cross-border fiscal unity

  • Culture must drive a winning policy

    Having clearly defined functions within a company's tax department is crucial to a successful transfer pricing policy. The next step is implementation explains Herve Bidaud of Hogan & Hartson and Emmanuel Llinares of NERA Economic Consulting

  • Property tax gets fresh look

    A new law has amended the VAT regime on the sale and lease of real estate in Italy. Fulvia Astolfi and Serena Pietrosanti of Lovells analyze the new measures and explain what real estate investors need to do to comply

  • Pact boosts structuring options

    The new double tax arrangement between mainland China and Hong Kong applies to passive income, unlike its predecessor. It also opens up some planning opportunities for Hong Kong companies, reveal Raymond Wong and Guy Ellis of PricewaterhouseCoopers Hong Kong

  • Tax tips for IP owners

    Multinational enterprises often allocate the ownership of IP among their group companies with more regard to legal than to tax issues. Karen Hughes and Domenico Borzumato consider how companies can achieve greater tax efficiency when managing their IP internationally


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RT @OECD: #BEPS implementation: analyses of 7 countries' efforts to improve #tax dispute resolution mechanisms now available ➡ https://t.co

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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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RT @JP_Owens: Delighted to see #WUGTPC featured in #GlobalTax50 by @IntlTaxReview https://t.co/CMax2lIkvU Congrats to other colleagues in…

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

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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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