Police are now investigating the leak of confidential tax information by a former PwC partner at the request of the Australian government.
The UK government shows little sign of cutting corporate tax, while a growing number of businesses report a decline in investment as a result of the higher tax burden.
Septian Fachrizal, TP analyst at the Directorate General of Taxes, outlines how Indonesia is relying heavily on the successful implementation of pillar one.
Police could be poised to investigate the leak of confidential tax information plans by partners at PwC Australia.
Sponsored by Dhruva AdvisorsThe Indian Union Budget made changes to direct tax laws that will affect non-resident taxpayers, as Mehul Bheda and Jagravi Shah of Dhruva Advisors explain.
Sponsored by KPMG ChinaLewis Lu of KPMG China looks at the new substance requirements and implementation rules for the preferential income tax incentives in the Hengqin-Macau cooperation zone.
Sponsored by Crowe Valente/Valente Associati GEB PartnersAlessandro Valente of Valente Associati GEB Partners/Crowe Valente outlines the opportunities for businesses in Italy who take advantage of advance investment rulings.
The two firms, both of which have tax offerings, would have around 4,000 lawyers in nearly 50 offices worldwide.
In a joint statement, the islands announced a plan to conform with the OECD’s pillar two framework by implementing a global minimum tax rate.
The Financial Times has revealed that judges in England and Wales hold investments in controversial tax avoidance schemes, raising concerns about judicial conflicts of interest.
Tom Seymour has announced his planned retirement a week after he resigned amid a scandal over leaked tax documents with an independent review now in motion.
Developing countries may lose out on pillar two tax revenues if they are not supported with digital tax transformation, the OECD tells the G7 and central bank governors.
PwC Australia has seen three prominent resignations over claims the firm used leaked information to win new business, while US pharmaceutical companies face more difficult tax questions.
The French government will target the wealthy and multinationals and ensure that the biggest companies are audited every two years.
Experts say HMRC’s proposed crypto-asset DeFi legislation is a good starting point but more work towards a complete crypto taxation framework is needed.
Opinion: PwC tax leaks scandal raises difficult industry questionsPwC Australia is facing investigations over leaked information on tax policy, but this scandal could reach far beyond one country.
Opinion: Australian public CbCR opens new era of tax transparencyPublic CbCR will soon be the norm in a world where tax planning is facing greater scrutiny from governments.
ITR Spring Issue 2023: EditorialITR’s latest quarterly PDF is going live today, leading on the EU’s BEFIT initiative and wider tax reforms in the bloc.
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.
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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.
The winners of the ITR Americas Tax Awards have been announced for 2022!
The winners of the ITR EMEA Tax Awards have been announced for 2022!