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  • The 21 biggest influences in tax today

    To mark the 21st birthday of International Tax Review in November 2010, the editorial staff of the magazine decided to choose the 21 most influential people or organisations in tax today.

  • Twenty-one years in tax

    As International Tax Review celebrates its 21st birthday in November 2010, Erin Kelechava takes the opportunity to look back at a selection of the notable events in tax since 1989.


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  • The 21 biggest influences in tax today

    To mark the 21st birthday of International Tax Review in November 2010, the editorial staff of the magazine decided to choose the 21 most influential people or organisations in tax today.

  • Twenty-one years in tax

    As International Tax Review celebrates its 21st birthday in November 2010, Erin Kelechava takes the opportunity to look back at a selection of the notable events in tax since 1989.

  • Time waits for no tax as European issues take hold

    The tax landscape has changed dramatically in the 21 years International Tax Review has been published. Two of the contributors to the first issue highlight the impact the European Court of Justice has made.

  • How Obama's cuts may encourage reform

    Last month President Barack Obama continued his push for corporate tax cuts. Erin Kelechava discusses the plans and discovers that a number of tax loopholes will be closed to fund the cuts.

  • Ireland increases withholding tax exemption

    Ireland has extended its withholding tax exemption on royalty payments after extensive consultation with industry. It is a further step toward making Ireland an attractive jurisdiction for multinational investment. Sophie Ashley finds out why.

  • UK faces up to relocations and CFC reform

    The UK government has been at pains to introduce business-friendly tax policies, but companies are still relocating to Switzerland and other tax havens. Salman Shaheen finds out why this is and what more the government can do.

  • New firms take home awards

    Taxpayers and advisers came out on the night of September 29 for International Tax Review's fifth annual Americas Awards at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel in New York.

  • Brazil's transaction tax: One year on

    It is 12 months since Brazil introduced a new financial transactions tax. André Gomes de Oliveira and Francis Lisboa Moreira of Castro, Barros, Sobral & Gomes explain how initial outflows of capital have subsided and how the new tax is bringing in increasing levels of revenue to the country.

  • The story of transfer pricing in Ireland

    Gavan Ryle and Barbara Dooley of PwC reflect on the impact of the new Irish transfer pricing rules, examine what the new rules really mean for taxpayers and look at the approaches adopted by multinationals as they prepare for the rules coming into force.

  • Tax directors, development, and poverty eradication

    As the financial crisis takes its toll on countries in Europe, North America and Asia and with aid budgets under pressure, attention has turned to tax as a means of financing development in poor countries. Do tax directors have a part to play in this? And is there a business case for helping poor countries raise tax revenue? David McNair of Christian Aid of the UK looks at the debate.

  • Opportunities for Russian debt restructuring

    Just like their global counterparts, Russian taxpayers are discovering that they are undertaking more and more debt restructuring. But as Ruslan Vasutin of DLA Piper explains, the Russian government is offering a number of ways to successfully undertake this essential business task.

  • The keys to effective tax asset preservation

    Lee Khvat of McDermott Will & Emery shows how careful tax planning can produce results when a profitable business takes over loss-making one


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Tax Relief

  • Tax Relief - November 2010

    A monthly commentary on the notable facts, figures and goings-on in the tax world. Suitable items should be sent to taxrelief@euromoneyplc.com


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This year's World Tax directory is now online. How does your firm stack up? https://t.co/CtRbW1Ub5j

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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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