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  • Microsoft's Boyle takes TEI helm

    Sed Crest discovers what drives Microsoft's corporate vice-president of finance, Michael Boyle, and his plan for the Tax Executives Institute as he takes on the role of international president


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  • Microsoft's Boyle takes TEI helm

    Sed Crest discovers what drives Microsoft's corporate vice-president of finance, Michael Boyle, and his plan for the Tax Executives Institute as he takes on the role of international president

  • Definition of business purpose is central to Halifax decision

    The impact of the ECJ decision in the Halifax case is likely to be different in different EU member states, according to Bob Jones and Luigi Lungarella of CLB Littlejohn Frazer

  • Transfer pricing audits get off to tentative start

    India's tax authorities have completed the first year of transfer pricing audits. They need to clarify many issues before the system can be said to be working smoothly, argues Vispi Patel of Deloitte, Haskins & Sells

  • New law uses tax to promote energy sources

    New energy legislation in the US extends tax breaks to operators of renewable projects in particular. Keith Martin of Chadbourne & Parke picks out the other taxpayers that will benefit from the law, that covers a range of energy sources, including nuclear

  • Conduit entity rules are key to IP planning

    New rules on royalty conduit entities have implications for tax planning in the Netherlands involving intellectual property rights. Jos Peters of Rima Marlyn analyzes how the rules work and what issues litigation has highlighted

  • Courts exert more influence on tax system

    An increasing amount of jurisprudence and the tax protocol to the CECA with India have been the features of tax developments in Singapore in 2005, according to Nand Singh Gandhi, Yeoh Lian Chuan and Lim Pek Bur of Allen & Gledhill

  • Time is running out for cash repatriation

    Taxpayers must decide quickly about section 965 of the American Jobs Creation Act. Marjorie Rollinson, Michael Mundaca and Jose Murillo of Ernst & Young analyze the guidance the Treasury and IRS has issued to help taxpayers make up their minds

  • Savings directive fails ambitious target

    The EU Savings Directive, which Luxembourg has recently implemented, aims to allow member states tax the savings income of its residents according to national rules. However, a number of loopholes may prevent this goal, points out Paul Chambers of Atoz

  • Exchange of information needs protection for taxpayers

    Jeroen Adeler of Deloitte considers how the exchange of information agreements between the Netherlands Antilles, Aruba and the US can be improved to ensure that they protect the human rights of taxpayers


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International Tax Review Profile

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