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  • Making the grade

    Faced with pressure from the OECD and the EU, many low-tax jurisdictions have fulfilled their outstanding international tax responsibilities. Now they want everyone to know about it. Simon Briault uncovers the changing face of the international tax haven


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  • Making the grade

    Faced with pressure from the OECD and the EU, many low-tax jurisdictions have fulfilled their outstanding international tax responsibilities. Now they want everyone to know about it. Simon Briault uncovers the changing face of the international tax haven

  • Leading figures light up transfer pricing forum

    Leading tax executives, advisers and regulators from around the world came to Berlin in September to discuss the latest issues in transfer pricing

  • IRS reveals flexibility in guidance

    The US' Internal Revenue Service (IRS) released its guidance priority list with 276 items for 2004-2005 in July 2004. Nicholas DeNovio, deputy chief counsel (technical) at the IRS, is responsible for overseeing this programme in collaboration with the Office of Tax Policy (OTP). DeNovio outlined the international priorities within the busy guidance programme to Sed Crest.

  • How to select a jurisdiction for your holding company

    Taxpayers need to consider several situations when choosing where to locate a holding company in Europe, point out Nick Udal and Allan Cinnamon of BDO Stoy Hayward

  • Transfer pricing gets APA boost

    The publication of the implementation rules for advance pricing agreements is a momentous step for transfer pricing in China, believe Spencer Chong and Joanne Su of PricewaterhouseCoopers

  • Landmark international tax bill signed into law

    The American Jobs Creation Act is the most comprehensive corporate tax law in the US for almost 20 years. Taxpayers need to get to grips with what it means for their business, urge Margie Rollinson, Michael Mundaca and David Benson, of Ernst & Young

  • The European Company is born

    The Societas Europaea came into existence in October 2004. The EU needs to update some directives before the limited tax benefits are realized, says Deloitte's EU tax group

  • New Dutch transfer pricing rules aim for more flexibility

    The Netherlands has updated its transfer pricing rules. Dave Rutges, Eduard Sporken and Tjebbe Hoogcarspel of KPMG Meijburg & Co discuss what this will mean for corporate taxpayers.


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International Tax Review Profile

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We believe this is the first time Parliament has been divided on tax treaty ratification in the UK. A debate on a… https://t.co/toFGoVaZ3E

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RT @SjoerdDouma: Dutch Supreme Court clarifies meaning of 'managed and controlled' in tax treaty Netherlands-Singapore https://t.co/YMUdfqj

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RT @OECDtax: Read the public comments received on new #tax rules requiring disclosure of #CRS avoidance arrangements and offshore structure…

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RT @EU_Taxud: Press conference with @pierremoscovici today from 11.00h on the new system for VAT rates and on VAT system for SMEs. 🎥 Watch…

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