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  • Sponsored by Eurofast Bosnia & Herzegovnia
    Bosnia's Brčko District Assembly adopted amendments to the Law on Cash Registers on October 17 2018, narrowing the list of persons who are obliged to register invoices using cash registers. The new amendments now grant exemptions to a number of taxpayer categories including: farmers not registered for VAT, farmers and craftsmen selling their own goods, small companies (as per the Law on Personal Income Tax), municipal public companies, banks, insurance companies, insurance funds, postal companies, religious institutions, educational institutions, libraries, museums, and gambling and betting related activities.
  • Sponsored by Deloitte Norway
    Norway's Parliament passed legislative changes for the 2019 budget on December 20 2018, seeing notable changes to inbound investments, particularly a reduced corporate income tax (CIT) rate and stricter interest limitation rules (ILR).
  • Sponsored by Deloitte Switzerland
    Switzerland's Tax Reform and AHV Financing Bill (TRAF, formerly known as Swiss Tax Reform 17 and Swiss Corporate Tax Reform III) will officially be subject to a referendum, as a largely left wing alliance made up of junior green and socialist parties has secured more than 50,000 signatures against the proposed law. The public vote is now scheduled for May 19 2019.
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