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  • G7 leaders push ahead with global minimum tax

    July 19, 2019

    The finance ministers of the G7 countries have agreed that a global minimum tax should be introduced to ensure companies like Facebook and Amazon pay ‘their fair share of tax’.

  • IR35 rules could disrupt Uber and Deliveroo’s UK operations

    July 18, 2019

    Companies relying on the gig economy workforce, including Uber and Deliveroo, are reviewing the commercial impact in the UK after April 2020 when they will have to treat contractors as employees and pay employment taxes.

  • Brazil issues ruling on tax treatment of 3D printing

    July 16, 2019

    The tax ruling issued by the Brazilian Federal Revenue Service on whether 3D printing should be classified as a manufacturing process for a business could mean retailers are liable for excise taxes.

  • Survey results: Untangling CFC structures

    July 15, 2019

    Multinational businesses are simplifying structures to navigate the rules that target controlled foreign corporations (CFCs) and their shareholders. ITR asked those tax heads who have adopted this approach to share their business’s operational changes.

  • Cryptocurrency, cost basis and taxation

    July 15, 2019

    Cryptocurrencies are still capturing the attention of investors, traders and enterprises around the globe, lauded for their potential as a radically transformative force on the existing financial playing field. However, legal systems are yet to catch up.

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  • UK gets a new PM and no tax certainty

    July 23, 2019

    Following Boris Johnson’s win in the Conservative leadership election British businesses have few assurances about the future of UK tax policy and the impact of Brexit.

  • Brazil issues ruling on tax treatment of 3D printing

    July 16, 2019

    The tax ruling issued by the Brazilian Federal Revenue Service on whether 3D printing should be classified as a manufacturing process for a business could mean retailers are liable for excise taxes.

  • France and the US clash over digital service tax plans

    July 12, 2019

    The US has ramped up its opposition to France’s digital services tax (DST) by opening an investigation into it, but French senators have defiantly approved the so-called ‘GAFA’ tax anyway.

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  • Survey results: Untangling CFC structures

    July 15, 2019

    Multinational businesses are simplifying structures to navigate the rules that target controlled foreign corporations (CFCs) and their shareholders. ITR asked those tax heads who have adopted this approach to share their business’s operational changes.

  • DAC6 fixes tax loopholes but confuses taxpayers

    July 08, 2019

    Banks are confused about how to follow the ‘vague hallmarks’ in the EU mandatory disclosure regime (DAC6).

  • IR35 rules for private sector: Businesses preparing, costs unclear

    July 08, 2019

    The next part of the UK’s IR35 regulation, which comes into force from April 2020 and is designed to align tax and national insurance (NI) contributions between employees and contractors will cover the private sector.

Tax Disputes

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ITR Magazine

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  • Global minimum taxation: A matter of time

    July 10, 2019

    Minimum tax red flags have appeared in recent legislation as countries and organisations race to address perceived inequities within the international tax regime.

  • European Tax Awards 2019: The winners

    July 10, 2019

    The winners of International Tax Review’s 15th European Tax Awards have been announced.

  • Tax Advisory Survey 2019

    July 10, 2019

    Tax and trade wars among governments and the battles companies face against tax authorities through audits and inevitable disputes mean even the most super-human tax director among us needs a little help.

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