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  • Talking tough on tax

    Donald Korb, the new chief counsel of the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, DC, tells Sed Crest what taxpayers need to do to protect themselves and what they should expect from their advisers


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  • Talking tough on tax

    Donald Korb, the new chief counsel of the Internal Revenue Service in Washington, DC, tells Sed Crest what taxpayers need to do to protect themselves and what they should expect from their advisers

  • Structuring multinational groups in Europe

    The number of EU member states increased from 15 to 25 on May 1 this year. In a single move, the opportunities to structure investments for multinational groups in Europe multiplied, according to Götz Wiese and Henrik Lay of Latham & Watkins

  • Transfer pricing reforms follow international practice

    Colombia's new transfer pricing rules set out clearly what is expected of taxpayers, according to Ricardo Rosero, Bernardo Solano, and Fabián Alfonso of BaseFirma

  • Different ETI repeal bills mean difficult negotiations ahead

    The US Senate and House of Representatives have passed legislation to repeal the ETI regime. Now lawmakers must confer to reconcile the bills’ differences, report Marjorie Rollinson, David Benson and Michael Mundaca of Ernst & Young

  • Tax efficiency features in new SICAR structure

    New legislation aims to encourage private equity and venture capital investment via Luxembourg. Dean Rolfe of PricewaterhouseCoopers discusses the role tax plays in the new vehicle

  • Indian summer

    When the largest democracy in the world unexpectedly changes its government, you might expect corporate tax directors to examine their strategies anxiously. But in an interview with Rupak Saha, country tax leader at GE in New Delhi, Simon Briault discovers a period of stability and optimism in India that has been unaffected by political change and looks set to continue

  • Israel launches trust tax amnesty

    Taxpayers in Israel can avail of an amnesty on foreign trust income and gains up to the end of 2003. But the amnesty's disclosure requirements may put some of them off, according to Alon Kaplan and Lyat Eyal, of Alon Kaplan Law Firm and Leon Harris of Ernst & Young

  • What the new transfer pricing rules will mean

    Gary Richards of Berwin Leighton Paisner explores the ramifications of the UK's new transfer pricing regime, particularly for foreign groups

  • Treaty highlights issue of participation exemption

    A Brussels court has just ruled that a dividend of Hong Kong origin is entitled to Belgium's 95% participation exemption, according to Kurt De Haen and Magalie Delattre of PricewaterhouseCoopers

  • Cyprus modernizes tax legislation

    A low tax rate and membership of the EU are part of what makes Cyprus attractive for corporate tax planning, believes Pavlos Aristodemou of Michael Kyprianou & Associates


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Big Soda scores victory as Chicago-area tax repealed - could this be the beginning of the end of the sugar tax trend?https://t.co/PNuafWHy9K

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Ebay and Netflix pay total UK tax of less than £1.9m - How long until HMRC investigate their TP practices? https://t.co/VPPsT3aGMZ via @FT

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