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Nusetti, global tax head at pharmaceutical company Lupin, tells ITR about being a tax magician, military aspirations and what makes tax cool
The UK tax agency unsuccessfully argued that a software company was not entitled to R&D tax relief
Pillar two anticipation may have led to stable international corporation tax rates according to the OECD; in other news, A&M has continued its lateral hiring spree
With HMRC’s renewed enforcement focus, it’s as important as ever for UK companies to get their NRD compliance affairs in order, writes Lewin Higgins-Green of FTI Consulting
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Adam Frais will assume his new role on October 1 and will lead BDO’s 1,000-strong UK tax business
It comes after a decree which introduced a qualified domestic minimum top-up tax last year
The party should aim to reduce corporation tax from 25% to 15%, one partner told ITR
Pillar one presents a bigger challenge technically and politically than pillar two, Barbara Angus argues
Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and South Africa are among the countries the OECD believes could benefit from the simplified TP rules
It comes despite an offshore enabler penalty existing in the UK throughout the entire period
The ‘big four’ firm has also vowed to spend more on nurturing junior talent; in other news, Blick Rothenberg has hired a pair of tax partners
The 61-year-old has run the firm’s UK business since 2020
The finalists for the 13th annual awards have been revealed
ITR invites tax firms, in-house teams, and tax professionals to make nominations for the 2024 ITR Tax Awards in the Americas, EMEA, and Asia-Pacific
The winners of the ITR Europe, Middle East, and Africa Tax Awards 2023 have been announced!
The winners of the ITR Asia-Pacific Tax Awards 2023 have been announced!
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