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Knowing when to be transparent in a tax dispute

Officials claim that increased transparency in tax disputes reduces exposure to long and costly battles. But disclosing sensitive information to revenue-hungry officials can be detrimental to a business’s bottom line. Jack Grocott speaks to advisers from across the world to discover when is the best time to be transparent in a dispute.

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