In a recent webinar hosted by law firms Greenberg Traurig and Clayton Utz, officials at the IRS and ATO outlined their visions for 2023.
An intense period of lobbying and persuasion is under way as the UN secretary-general’s report on the future of international tax cooperation begins to take shape. Ralph Cunningham reports.
Fresh details of the European Commission’s state aid case against Amazon emerge, while a pension fund is suing Amgen over its tax dispute with the Internal Revenue Service.
The OECD’s rules may be impossible for businesses to manage, according to tax experts from companies including Shell.
Sponsored by KPMG ChinaLewis Lu and John Timpany of KPMG China discuss the coming refinement of Hong Kong SAR’s foreign-sourced income exemption regime.
Sponsored by KPMG ChinaLewis Lu of KPMG China looks at recent efforts to attract foreign investment into China’s manufacturing and high-tech sectors.
Sponsored by Deloitte LuxembourgVincent Martin of Deloitte Luxembourg details Luxembourg’s digital asset environment, as the country strives for a cryptocurrency-friendly tax landscape.
The UK government is now committed to replacing the ‘super-deduction’ with a 100% capital allowances regime to offset the impact of the corporate tax rise to 25%.
Corporate tax is set to rise in the UK for the first time in decades, but the headline rate remains historically low despite what many observers think.
President Joe Biden’s nominee is set to be confirmed as IRS commissioner for a five-year term.
British companies are waiting to hear the details of what will replace the 130% ‘super-deduction’ next week, while Spain considers stopping a major infrastructure company moving to the Netherlands.
President Joe Biden wants to raise corporate tax and impose a higher stock buyback tax on US businesses, but his budget proposal faces insurmountable obstacles in Congress, writes Ralph Cunningham.
EY is still negotiating the terms of the plan to split its audit and consulting functions, but the future of tax services is reportedly a sticking point.
President Joe Biden’s nominee is a step closer to taking over the Internal Revenue Service.
In some cases because of pressure from jurisdictions and organisations outside the region, Asian countries have put taxpayers on notice that they intend to focus more resources on anti-avoidance. Ralph Cunningham reports.
Opinion: Laffer curve still hangs over mainstream tax debateArthur Laffer's famous bell curve still looms large in tax policy even though the evidence for it doesn’t stack up.
Opinion: Conservative calls for UK tax cuts are not about growthThe UK government is facing more pressure to cancel its plan to raise corporate tax, but the demands from Conservative politicians are more about the political agenda than growth.
Opinion: The FairTax Act is doomed by designThe proposal might offer a simpler alternative to the complex US corporate tax system, but a national sales tax is still a dead end in American politics.
Opinion: OECD tax policymakers should welcome UN competitionThe UN aims to take a much bigger role in global tax policymaking and developing countries are likely to welcome that.
Opinion: Trump’s tax legacy is secure whatever happens in 2024It’s one of the great ironies of recent history that a populist Republican may have helped make international tax policy more progressive.
ITR invites tax firms, in-house teams, and tax professionals to make submissions for the 2023 ITR Tax Awards in Asia-Pacific, Europe Middle East & Africa, and the Americas.
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