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  • Tax's 2005 crystal ball

    In 2004 tax authorities around the world increased their focus on transfer pricing and tax compliance, the European Court of Justice continued to exert pressure on EU member states' tax systems and the US Congress passed significant corporate and international tax reform. Simon Briault gets the views of tax professionals as they peer into their crystal balls for what 2005 has in store.


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  • Tax's 2005 crystal ball

    In 2004 tax authorities around the world increased their focus on transfer pricing and tax compliance, the European Court of Justice continued to exert pressure on EU member states' tax systems and the US Congress passed significant corporate and international tax reform. Simon Briault gets the views of tax professionals as they peer into their crystal balls for what 2005 has in store.

  • The source of tax justice

    The US Tax Court has dealt with litigation worth hundreds of million of dollars and a few thousand dollars during its 81-year existence. Joel Gerber, its chief judge, spoke to Ralph Cunningham about how he and his colleagues operate and his more than 20 years as a judge

  • New rules for transfer pricing disputes in Europe

    PricewaterhouseCoopers' Chris Rolfe explains what the EU’s code of conduct will mean in practice for transfer pricing disputes

  • End-of-year statement hints at corporate tax changes

    The UK Treasury's pre-Budget report pointed towards changes to the tax regime. However, a general election could get in the way of any new initiatives, according to Gary Richards of Berwin Leighton Paisner

  • Getting the tax of global business outsourcing right

    Although value-added tax is usually relevant to outsourcing, there are plenty of other tax issues to consider, explain Iain Scoon and Stephen Pevsner of Shearman & Sterling

  • Tax administration strives for fair play on transfer pricing

    The tax authorities amended the country's transfer-pricing rules at the end of 2004. They will have to work hard to ensure taxpayers are treated equally throughout the country, believe Matthew Mui and Joanne Su of PricewaterhouseCoopers

  • New tax rules govern securities lending

    The new Belgian collateral and securities lending tax legislation is an attempt to create consistent rules for this type of transaction, explain Kurt De Haen and Jessica Win of PricewaterhouseCoopers

  • What Barclays Mercantile and Scottish Provident mean for you

    At the end of 2004, the House of Lords gave their verdict in two important tax avoidance cases. Barclays Mercantile and Scottish Provident provided mixed results for taxpayers, reveals David Taylor of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer

  • Managing tax risk in Latin America

    A process involving financial ratios can evaluate, on a regional basis, the existence of task risk and opportunities for tax process improvements, explains Franco Antognini of Ernst & Young


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