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  • According to plan? The world of tax planning is changing, but not as fast as everyone would like

    The world of tax planning is like one big global tug o’ war being played between multinational companies and their advisers, tax authorities, supranational bodies and non-governmental organisations. Everyone has an interest in changing the international tax system. But with everyone pulling in different directions, the pace of change is frustrating for most.

  • The journey into the future for Swiss principal companies?

    Urs Landolf, Martina Walt and Christoph Pauli of PwC explain the impact new interpretations of principal company taxation by the Swiss federal tax authorities will have on all existing companies benefiting from circular no 8.

  • Shared service centres require clear thinking

    Transferring processes to a shared service centre can work for a tax department, explain Robert Risse, tax director of Henkel, and Ruediger Loitz of PwC, but taxpayers should work out why they are doing it first.

  • Managing TP risks in Nigeria: The importance of proactivity

    Nigerian transfer pricing rules are still in their relative infancy, but taxpayers must take adequate steps to prepare now if they are to effectively identify risk areas and plan with both the company policy and the prospect of audit in mind. Victor Adegite of KPMG Nigeria provides an overview and looks at what lessons can be learnt from experiences around the world.

  • Special features - May 2014

    Read this month's special features on Turkey and tax technology.

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Tax Relief

  • Tax Relief

    Because tax doesn’t have to be taxing.

International Correspondents

International Correspondents