‘Go on leave, effective immediately’, PwC has told nine partners in the latest development in the firm’s ongoing tax scandal.
UAE firm Virtuzone launches ‘TaxGPT’, claiming it is the first AI-powered tax tool, while the Australian police faces claims of a conflict of interest over its PwC audit contract.
The US technology company is defending its past Irish tax arrangements at the CJEU in a final showdown that could have major political repercussions.
Septian Fachrizal, TP analyst at the Directorate General of Taxes, outlines how Indonesia is relying heavily on the successful implementation of pillar one.
Sponsored by DLA Piper AustraliaJock McCormack of DLA Piper Australia analyses the latest Australian federal budget, with a host of important international tax reforms to be considered.
Sponsored by Saleh, Barsoum & Abdel Aziz – Grant Thornton EgyptIn the first article of a two-part series, Yasmine Hammad of Saleh, Barsoum & Abdel Aziz – Grant Thornton Egypt examines the Egyptian tax authorities’ transfer pricing risk assessment criteria.
Sponsored by Saleh, Barsoum & Abdel Aziz – Grant Thornton EgyptYasmine Hammad of Saleh, Barsoum & Abdel Aziz – Grant Thornton Egypt concludes a two-part series that focuses on transfer pricing from an Egyptian perspective by explaining the main factors that companies should consider.
The two firms, both of which have tax offerings, would have around 4,000 lawyers in nearly 50 offices worldwide.
PwC Global flies executives out to help manage the Australian tax leaks scandal, while the UAE issues new corporate tax rules to clarify the scope of investment earnings.
Technology solutions to TP challenges are advancing quickly in a complex world where compliance is king.
A draft order claims the streaming company has a permanent establishment in India, though one lawyer says the government may be on a ‘fishing expedition’.
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 OECD and IGF have opened a public consultation on a framework designed to improve TP regulation in the mining industries of developing countries.
Luxembourg did not grant illegal state aid to French utility company Engie, according to an adviser to the Court of Justice of the EU.
The National Foreign Trade Council questions the compatibility of pillar two rules, while HM Revenue and Customs holds a consultation on crypto taxation.
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: Pillar two may not be enough to stop tax unilateralismThe OECD’s plan for a global minimum corporate tax rate may not prevent more aggressive reforms in different countries as governments eye greater tax gains.
Opinion: The UK shouldn’t expect King Charles to back tax transparencyTax justice campaigners have called on King Charles to address the issue of tax transparency, but this is a matter for Parliament and not royalty.
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.
The Women in Business Law Awards is excited to present the shortlist for the 2023 Europe, Middle East, & Africa awards.
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!