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  • Why tax cooperation threatens tax planning

    Sed Crest talks to Reuven Avi-Yonah, a former consultant to the US delegation to the OECD harmful tax competition forum, about the role of multilateral organizations in tax policy and how tax policy cooperation threatens international tax planning


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  • Why tax cooperation threatens tax planning

    Sed Crest talks to Reuven Avi-Yonah, a former consultant to the US delegation to the OECD harmful tax competition forum, about the role of multilateral organizations in tax policy and how tax policy cooperation threatens international tax planning

  • Wijn spells out Netherlands tax reforms

    In an interview with International Tax Review, the minister in charge of the Dutch tax system, outlines government reforms to protect and increase corporate tax revenues

  • Tax community celebrates innovation

    In May leading international tax practitioners from around Europe gathered in London for the presentation of the first International Tax Review European Tax Awards. Our cameras were there

  • Seven steps to managing your VAT successfully

    Global VAT obligations can overwhelm a company with no system to deal with them. Some careful planning can help companies to cope, argues Chris Walsh of Vertex

  • EU makes progress on cross-border mergers

    The tax and legal rulebook to facilitate cross-border mergers of companies within the EU is expanding all the time. However, Germany is one member state which still requires domestic implementation legislation, explains Jürgen Hartmann

  • Circular confirms profit repatriation rules

    Belgium's tax authorities have issued guidance on how they shall interpret the country's tax treaty with Hong Kong. The guidance discusses Hong Kong profit repatriation to Belgium, explain Kurt De Haen and Guy Ellis of PricewaterhouseCoopers

  • How to avoid stamp duty horrors on debt deals

    It is important how you classify the debt in a debt transaction in the UK. You need to structure your arrangements properly so that the debt is exempt loan capital and no stamp duty is payable, explain Ian Johnson and Paul Miller of Ashurst

  • ECJ's influence goes beyond member states

    European Court of Justice tax decisions can have an impact on EU tax residents and non-EU tax residents alike. Eckart Nuernberger and Dirk Pelzer of KPMG analyze what recent judgements mean for taxpayers doing business in Germany

  • MFN concept threatens tax treaty network

    Michel Guilluy, Eric Centi and Vincent Marquis of PricewaterhouseCoopers, examines the interaction between the MFN clause and the fundamental freedoms in the EC Treaty


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