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  • Euro stars: the leading tax advisers

    Lawyers are following accounting firms into global networks and accounting firms are following lawyers in to legal services. Phillippa Cannon and Oliver Ralph try to make sense of the tax merry-go-round and find out which advisers in Europe are coming out on top


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  • Euro stars: the leading tax advisers

    Lawyers are following accounting firms into global networks and accounting firms are following lawyers in to legal services. Phillippa Cannon and Oliver Ralph try to make sense of the tax merry-go-round and find out which advisers in Europe are coming out on top

  • ECJ brings forex into the supply fold

    UK businesses will be able to reclaim an estimated $160 million from HM Customs and Excise as a result of the European Court of Justice’s long-awaited ruling in the First National Bank of Chicago case. By Graeme Ross and Adam Lloyd, KPMG London

  • US gets to grips with the Euro

    New regulations offer guidance to US corporations and their foreign subsidiaries conducting business in the European currencies that will be replaced by the Euro. Alan Granwell of Ivins, Phillips & Barker Chartered, Washington, DC looks at the options

  • France: a wake-up call for taxpayers

    New Administrative Principles on transfer pricing documentation will mean substantial exposure for taxpayers lacking an appropriate defence strategy. Gianmarco Monsellato of Deloitte & Touche, Paris advises taxpayers on how to survive in a harsh climate

  • UK corporate tax: the dawn of a new era

    The future is a different country for international corporate tax planners; they do things differently there. Or at least it will be for those used to dealing with the UK’s present corporation tax system.By Susan Symons, PricewaterhouseCoopers, London

  • Lao: a new item on the agenda?

    Multinationals generally have not put Lao People’s Democratic Republic on their agenda of investment locations. To redress this, the Lao PDR government is actively promoting investment. By John Fisher and Van Mumby, PricewaterhouseCoopers Sydney and Hanoi

  • US pauses for breath on subpart F

    Notice 98-35 has offered taxpayers respite from an IRS attack on hybrid transactions. Michael J Cooper & Stan Torgersen of Deloitte & Touche LLP, Washington DC look at the dimensions of transitional relief and the likely form of future regulations

  • Australia sharpens tax policy focus

    Australia’s government wants to introduce a goods and services tax, as the first step on the road to a radical tax policy rethink. Ian Dinnison, of KPMG, Melbourne looks at the emerging contours and practical implications of the reform programme

  • US planning for ACT – part one

    US-based multinationals represent the largest proportion of companies investing in the UK. How will substantial changes to the UK advance corporation tax system affect these companies? By Lawrence Pollack, David Porter, and Frances Corrie, KPMG New York and London


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International Correspondents


International Tax Review Profile

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International Tax Review Profile

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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International Tax Review Profile

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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International Tax Review Profile

Panama Papers: German authorities carry out first raids in connection with tax leaks https://t.co/LgalVGGw0x via @dwnews

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @ScoopOnTaxes: @Skynet This will not end well for humanity. https://t.co/jsxVwDoDc5

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International Correspondents