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  • The best global brands in tax

    In International Tax Review's first-ever global tax services survey and poll, Sed Crest reveals which firm has the best brand in tax services and where companies are spending more on tax advice


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  • The best global brands in tax

    In International Tax Review's first-ever global tax services survey and poll, Sed Crest reveals which firm has the best brand in tax services and where companies are spending more on tax advice

  • European Awards night brings out tax stars

    Leading tax executives and advisers celebrated the first-class international tax work done in Europe over the last 12 months at the second European Tax Awards in London

  • Cyprus enhances its appeal for investment funds

    Cyprus' introduction of a new tax system, compliant with EU and OECD norms, on January 1 2003, combined with its entrance into the EU on May 1 2004 has led to a spectacular influx of foreign capital into the country, explains Rutger Kriek of Consulco

  • Clock is ticking at European Court

    The issue of time limits has come to the fore in tax cases at the European Court of Justice. The court would have to take a number of underlying issues into account before it could depart from existing case law, believes Liesl Fichardt of Dorsey & Whitney

  • Hybrid loans to lose equity definition

    Jelle Bakker of Bakker Smit Vermeij looks at how draft amendments to the Dutch Corporate Income Tax Act might affect the current tax treatment of hybrid financing instruments. The changes are due to take effect at the beginning of 2007

  • Transfer pricing documentation fails harmony test

    The regional documentation templates that exist are not binding on individual countries. It does not make global documentation rules any more achievable, explains Miles Unwin of Ernst & Young

  • Why Section 13 affects gains by overseas companies

    Taxpayers should not overlook a provision in British tax law that can tax UK shareholders on gains realized by foreign companies, warns Robert Langston of Grant Thornton

  • New protocol to US-Denmark treaty explained

    Taxpayers claiming benefits under the current US-Denmark tax treaty should examine a new protocol closely for its impact on their ability to claim treaty advantages, recommends Michael Mundaca, Peg O'Connor and Jill Schwieterman of Ernst & Young


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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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