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The UN’s proposed plans for a global carbon tax and FTT, why the ECJ has raised the threshold for denying EU companies VAT deductions, and how the UK rate cut has changed tax accounting procedures were just three articles that appeared on ITR Premium last week.


weatherfordsmall.jpgWeatherford hires Parent for chief tax role

Weatherford, the oilfield services and equipment company, which has been trying to rectify serious tax accounting problems for the last two years, has a new head of tax.

uk4.jpgHow UK rate cut changes tax accounting

Now that the UK Finance Bill has passed its final stage in the House of Commons, the cut in corporation tax has implications depending on the accounting standards or principles a company uses.


india-mauritius.jpgMauritius finally agrees to rework tax treaty with India

The Mauritius government has agreed to renegotiate the provisions of its tax treaty with India, though it will not agree to measures that would harm the island nation’s economic interests.

magnifying20glass.jpgIllinois leads the way in corporate tax transparency

The US state of Illinois has stepped up efforts aimed at promoting and fostering transparency in the tax affairs of companies based there.


un.jpgUN proposes global carbon tax and FTT

In its strongest statement yet on progressive tax reform, the UN has called on countries to introduce a carbon tax and a financial transaction tax (FTT).

big-hungarian-flag.jpgHungary approves FTT, but turns its back on the Commission

The Hungarian parliament has voted to introduce a financial transactions tax (FTT) by an overwhelming majority, but it will not be following the Commission’s lead.


ecj.pngECJ ruling raises threshold for denying EU companies VAT deductions

The ECJ has issued a judgment that shifts the burden of proof onto tax authorities in instances where taxpayers are denied VAT credit.

russian20federation.jpgHow to manage a Russian tax dispute

Almost all tax audits in Russia result in some kind of adjustment by the authorities, meaning that disputes with the tax authorities come with the territory for companies operating in Russia.

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ITR’s latest quarterly PDF is going live today, leading on the EU’s BEFIT initiative and wider tax reforms in the bloc.
COVID-19 and an overworked HMRC may have created the ‘perfect storm’ for reduced prosecutions, according to tax professionals.
Participants in the consultation on the UN secretary-general’s report into international tax cooperation are divided – some believe UN-led structures are the way forward, while others want to improve existing ones. Ralph Cunningham reports.
The German government unveils plans to implement pillar two, while EY is reportedly still divided over ‘Project Everest’.
With the M&A market booming, ITR has partnered with correspondents from firms around the globe to provide a guide to the deal structures being employed and tax authorities' responses.
Xing Hu, partner at Hui Ye Law Firm in Shanghai, looks at the implications of the US Uyghur Forced Labor Protection Act for TP comparability analysis of China.
Karl Berlin talks to Josh White about meeting the Fair Tax standard, the changing burden of country-by-country reporting, and how windfall taxes may hit renewable energy.
Sandy Markwick, head of the Tax Director Network (TDN) at Winmark, looks at the challenges of global mobility for tax management.
Taxpayers should look beyond the headline criteria of the simplification regime to ensure that their arrangements meet the arm’s-length standard, say Alejandro Ces and Mark Seddon of the EY New Zealand transfer pricing team.
In a recent webinar hosted by law firms Greenberg Traurig and Clayton Utz, officials at the IRS and ATO outlined their visions for 2023.