Japan’s consumption tax rate will increase to 8%, effective 1 April 2014. Businesses must find out how transitional measures will affect their transactions.
Malaysia’s goods and services tax will begin in 2015 with far-reaching effects for individuals and businesses. Discover what you can do now to prepare.
If accepted, Bulgaria’s draft law amendments to introduce cash accounting for VAT will likely have a positive impact on small and medium-sized enterprises.
Sudden changes to Kenya’s VAT Act have caused concern and confusion among businesses. Hadijah Nannyomo reflects on 10 possible impacts on the economy.
Recent research from EY identified ways to attract and retain high-potential talent in Brazil, Russia, India and China. We share the highlights.
Chris Jordan, Australia’s Commissioner of Taxation, spoke with EY´s Alf Capito, Asia-Pacific and Australia Tax Policy Leader, about his perspective of the role.
The Canada Border Services Agency scraps the end-use certificate requirement for the “iPod tariff,” but there is still no “plug-and-play” solution for consumer electronics importers.
Companies must ask the right tax questions about how they are structuring their cloud-based operations. Are you prepared for the impacts?
The new free trade agreement between the GCC and Singapore presents opportunities for businesses to significantly reduce costs in their supply chains. Discover how.
How are Czech taxpayers responding to the development of tax regulations and reassessments? Find out here.
Through tax policies, Singapore has advanced its position internationally as global hub. Discover how.
The new reform package has attracted criticism at both national and international levels. We explain why.
Governments have taken notice of the increasing importance of cloud computing in companies’ cost structures and profit centers.
What sort of tax profile does your business have? If you’re a multinational business with operations in Italy, see which activities tax authorities are targeting.
Is tension building between taxpayers and tax authorities? One underlying reason may be that the cloud is borderless and tax jurisdictions are not.
What sort of rules will apply for the application of GAAR? If you’re a multinational business with operations in India, you’ll need to understand them.
Does your company have group financing, licensing and holding activities in the Netherlands? If so, this article will up-date you on existing safe harbor rules.
Authorities plan to significantly expand the ways tax information is shared. Find out what it means for your business.