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  • Billing: how do you value good advice?

    Tax advisory work is changing. Dramatically. Globalization and e-commerce mean that companies are looking for an increasingly niche set of skills. Is hourly billing still appropriate in this environment? Georgina Stanley reports


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  • Billing: how do you value good advice?

    Tax advisory work is changing. Dramatically. Globalization and e-commerce mean that companies are looking for an increasingly niche set of skills. Is hourly billing still appropriate in this environment? Georgina Stanley reports

  • Grantor trust regulations issued

    The US Internal Revenue Service has issued a series of regulations which are of key importance for foreign trust planning. Victoria Dalmas, Michelle Graham, Rahul Ranadive and Monica Robles of Baker & McKenzie report on the potential changes

  • France aims to win the tax rates race

    A draft finance bill for 2001 was released in September. Individuals and companies should benefit from a reduced tax rate, however, larger firms will need to make a case-by-case assessment. Priscilla Demenge-Beauchesne of HSD Ernst & Young, Paris reviews the effects of the bill

  • ‘Operations’ test defines income

    Singapore’s tax authorities have issued guidelines on the income tax, and goods and services tax issues relating to e-commerce. Ajit Prabhu and Chua Eng Khong, Deloitte & Touche, Singapore, report on this new clarification of IRAS thinking

  • Japan aims at corporate restructuring

    Japan’s economic recovery has started but corporate tax reform could give it a much-needed boost. Dean Yoost and Al Zencak of PricewaterhouseCoopers, Tokyo set out the implications of the proposals now being discussed

  • UK Revenue – beware human rights

    The Human Rights Act has come into force in the UK. While the Act provides no significant new defence for taxpayers, the Inland Revenue may have to exercise its powers more carefully. By Nik Mehta, Contentious Tax Group, Linklaters, London

  • Coping with the QI burden: part II

    In the second of two articles, Marnin Michaels, David Balaban, Peter Connors, Philip Marcovici and Thomas O’Donnell of Baker & McKenzie relate their experiences to date of analyzing the New Regulations and implementing the terms of the QI Agreement for clients

  • UK opts for onshore pooling

    Amid much controversy, the UK has chosen to adopt a restrictive form of onshore pooling as its new double tax relief system. Andrew Shilling and Neil Coles of Deloitte & Touche International Tax Services, London, report

  • US repeals FSC to meet WTO demands

    The US Senate is set to vote into law revisions to the extraterritorial tax regime to meet the US WTO obligations. David Joranko, Nancy Glover and David Benson of Ernst & Young International Tax Services, Cleveland, Chicago and Washington report

  • Gerard Anderson

    After almost two decades in the oil and energy industry, Statoil’s former senior international tax adviser has returned to the big five office in London where he began his career. Gerard Anderson talks to Sharon Cunningham about the last 18 years and his decision to move back into a firm environment


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International Correspondents


International Tax Review Profile

RT @OECD: #BEPS implementation: analyses of 7 countries' efforts to improve #tax dispute resolution mechanisms now available ➡ https://t.co

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Margrethe Vestager once again showing why she's in the #GlobalTax50 with today's announcement of an investigation i… https://t.co/ncyjcWUUE8

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RT @JP_Owens: Delighted to see #WUGTPC featured in #GlobalTax50 by @IntlTaxReview https://t.co/CMax2lIkvU Congrats to other colleagues in…

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International Tax Review Profile

So, ITR readers. Will the US tax reform bill make it to Trump's desk by Christmas?

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @EU_Competition: State aid: @EU_Commission opens in-depth investigation into the Netherlands' tax treatment of Inter IKEA https://t.co/b

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