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  • Taxing the internet goldrush

    Caught up in the excitement of using e-technologies, meeting e-challenges and working on e-time, many businesses overlook the fundamental tax aspects. The team* at KPMG, Silicon Valley recommends a careful approach to the e-highway


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  • Taxing the internet goldrush

    Caught up in the excitement of using e-technologies, meeting e-challenges and working on e-time, many businesses overlook the fundamental tax aspects. The team* at KPMG, Silicon Valley recommends a careful approach to the e-highway

  • Italy eases up on non-residents

    Non-residents are set to benefit from changes to legislation which grant them exemption from tax on financial income. However, these new rules must be considered in conjunction with a close reading of existing laws. By Stefano Serbini of Freshfields, Milan

  • Turning the investment flow back on

    Recent price rises have led to a rejuvenation of Middle East oil and gas investment activity. In this volatile business environment high tax rates may trap the unwary. Neil MacLeod of Arthur Andersen, Dubai, recommends careful forward planning

  • Tax remoulds corporate Germany

    Corporate Germany could look very different if the provisions of the proposed Tax Reform Act become law. Jürgen Hartmann, Hans-Peter Niedrig, Axel Schiller, and Ronny Klopfleisch of KPMG, Düsseldorf study the implications

  • Germany tightens cost-sharing rules

    New German regulations narrow the scope and broaden the formal requirements of cost-sharing arrangements. Multinationals have until the end of the year to make the necessary changes. By Alexander Vögele of KPMG, Frankfurt am Main

  • Netherlands Antilles seeks new image

    Recent legislation in the Netherlands Antilles aims to alter its image as a tax haven and boost its status as a financial services centre. Dennis Evertsz and Kees-Jan Quirijns of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, Curaçao advise investors to reassess their positions

  • Budget reflects upbeat mood

    More prosperous times for South Africa are reflected in a realistic budget that moves away from the ideological approach of the recent past. IP owners, however, may be in for a nasty shock. Peter Surtees of Deneys Reitz examines the significant changes

  • Argentina leads on thin capitalization

    If others follow where Argentina has led, Latin American tax authorities may soon be scrutinizing heavy debt-financing. Multinationals should take note. By Mario de Castro, Manuel Diskenstein, John Mascaro and Romero Tavares, Deloitte & Touche LLP


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International Tax Review Profile

@hselftax And, following on, VAR is actually making some of the games a lot more interesting. 'Value-Adding Replays', one might say...

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International Tax Review Profile

@hselftax The World Cup is #Wayfair-er now that there's VAR #TaxTwitterWorldCup

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International Tax Review Profile

Tax chaos looms as US Supreme Court rules in favour of South Dakota in Wayfair case https://t.co/M4yEQAT2cX #wayfair #taxtwitter

Jun 21 2018 05:02 ·  reply ·  retweet ·  favourite
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A new #Wayfair-style tax is applicable immediately in Louisiana following the Supreme Court's decision. This is the… https://t.co/Wi2yIwalgJ

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @USSupremeCourt: SOUTH DAKOTA v. WAYFAIR, INC., ET AL.. Decided 06/21/2018 https://t.co/gy8M6dN94Y

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