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  • The three questions to ask before buying a business

    Many high-profile mergers have failed to live up to expectations and have eroded share value. Companies can save time and money if they ask themselves three key questions argues Jim Dillavou in Dallas of Deloitte & Touche


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  • The three questions to ask before buying a business

    Many high-profile mergers have failed to live up to expectations and have eroded share value. Companies can save time and money if they ask themselves three key questions argues Jim Dillavou in Dallas of Deloitte & Touche

  • Paris hosts Transfer Pricing Forum 2002

    Attracting delegates from over 50 multinationals and 24 countries, Paris’ Opera district was brimming with a very select group of tourists in late September when International Tax Review, together with sponsors KPMG, held its second annual transfer pricing forum. Georgina Stanley reports on the action

  • Italy aims for tax competitiveness

    Italy's proposed new tax reform sets out to learn from other EU country's experience and be innovative, competitive and simple to apply. Stefano Serbini and Lorenza Fiori of Ashurst Morris Crisp, Milan examine the proposals and explore the implications for Italian companies and foreign investors

  • Final QI Audit Guidelines released

    The IRS has issued its final QI audit guidelines. Now the first QI audit is approaching. It will be a landmark for financial institutions and auditors and will test the practicality and efficiency of the QI withholding system. Chip K Collins, KPMG, Washington DC, and Hans-Dieter Wolf, KPMG, Düsseldorf report

  • Mapping the dangers of debt restructuring

    Many banks and companies are now engaged in debt restructuring negotiations but are unaware of the minefield through which they walk. Heléna Klumpp of Chadbourne & Parke LLP, Washington looks at the tax issues involved and suggests ways to plot a course

  • Understand Japan's consolidated tax regime

    Japan is facing up to a new consolidated tax regime. Andrew Ponting and Yumiko Arai of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Tokyo examine the impact that the new regime will have, its principal features and the implications during the period of transition and for the long term

  • How Germany will fulfil election promises on tax

    Germany's new government wants to change the country's much-criticized tax regime. Dieter Endres and Andrew Miles of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Frankfurt look at what taxpayers and investors should expect and explain why there are reasons to be optimistic

  • How to carry-over losses in France

    New corporate restructuring rules mean companies need to look carefully at how they use losses and those of potential acquisition targets. For the nimble, Marcellin N Mbwa-Mboma, of Baker & McKenzie in New York, says the advantages can be significant

  • Inside Washington

    The IRS has been busy. It is now proposing new regulations that range from requiring tax ID numbers for transfers of real estate to new rules for those holding stock in passive foreign investment companies. By David Benson, Peg O'Connor and Lilo Hester of Ernst & Young


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International Tax Review Profile

Good news for tax professionals as US Treasury proposes to repeal 298 outdated tax regulations. https://t.co/U2ipmjA8gi

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RT @MPAgnew: Roses are red And subject to VAT Unlike other things Such as garments not suitable for older persons made from Tibetan goat fu…

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RT @jmfeiner: If violets are red and roses blue, no worries, it's in s 14AZ(3),(bb)(ii) #TaxValentines #Simplification

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RT @LBellavite: Roses are red Unfortunately it is true In beautiful Italy A web tax is due #TaxValentines

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RT @WinklerPartners: Lunar New Year public holiday dates: Taiwan: 15-20 February China: 15-20 February Vietnam (Tet): 15-20 February Hong…

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