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  • The Brockman brief: EU CbCR: What is the vision?

    As the EU takes the first major step towards introducing public country-by-country reporting (CbCR), many are asking what the EU’s plan really means. Keith Brockman considers the vision of the latest proposal.

  • Sugar tax: The winners and losers

    Countries worldwide have followed Mexico’s lead to tax sugar-sweetened drinks in an effort to curb obesity and unhealthy habits, but these measures are coming at a cost to manufacturers and may not be as profitable for governments as they suggest.

  • Brexit: Knowing the unknowns for taxation

    Dealing with the known unknowns is all any business can seek to do in the uncertain environment, whether it stems from the US or the UK. Cormac Kelleher, international tax partner at Mazars in Dublin discusses the plethora of unknowns and how companies can navigate through it all.

  • Technology solutions in a post-BEPS world

    There has been a complete paradigm shift in global taxation with the rise in audit risks caused by new global initiatives like the OECD’s BEPS Project. JD Choi, CEO at Tax Technologies, explores the technology solutions that should be administered to mitigate these audit risks in a post-BEPS world.

  • Inter-group financing by MNEs faces imminent change in the US

    The US tax system is on the brink of change as upcoming discussions centre on tax policy (including regulations related to inversion transactions) that will ultimately reshape the US tax treatment of inter-company financing within MNEs. In the second half of 2016, a stream of new regulations and law changes, both actual and proposed, in and outside of the US, created new issues for inter-group financing by multinationals. Stuart Chessman, director at Vivendi, discusses the salient points.

  • Special features - April 2017

    Read this month's special feature on New Zealand

  • International updates - April 2017

    The latest international updates from our correspondents around the world.


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Tax Relief

  • Tax Relief

    Because tax doesn’t have to be taxing. A less-than-serious look back at some of the quirkier tax stories from the past month.


International Correspondents


International Tax Review Profile

RT @OECDtax: Read the public comments received on new #tax rules requiring disclosure of #CRS avoidance arrangements and offshore structure…

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @EU_Taxud: Press conference with @pierremoscovici today from 11.00h on the new system for VAT rates and on VAT system for SMEs. 🎥 Watch…

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @ddayen: Why must Americans become part-time accountants, just to follow the rules of society? https://t.co/8x8pNhqTGa

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International Tax Review Profile

RT @monicabhatia2: Singapore to automatically exchange financial account information with 61 states https://t.co/O3uP7AyaCm

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International Tax Review Profile

Join us at the ITR and #TPWeek Women in Tax Forum on March 1, 2018 in New York. It will focus on US and global tax… https://t.co/xUmwbjJlQs

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International Correspondents