In an effort to raise revenue, decrease the deficit and repair any “mismatching” of the Dutch tax benefit system, the proposal for fiscal year 2013 proposes important changes.
Dave Hartnett explores the role that tax authorities can play in promoting tax competitiveness.
As unprecedented capital flows into Africa, nations involved want to ensure profits made are taxed accordingly and the tax base is not eroded by tax abuse.
The Budget’s indirect tax changes will be designed to boost revenue and promote growth
How India’s finance minister aims to use his forthcoming Budget to position India as an attractive investment destination
The finance minister needs to announce structural changes that will release India’s growth potential
In October 2012, the UN released the draft Manual, which identifies challenges faced by companies doing business within developing countries related to transfer pricing.
This article explores how regionalisation presents new challenges for CFOs in understanding the company’s value drivers and assessing the health of the business in Asia.
The EC invited parties to submit situations where double non-taxation is occurring, seeking to understand its problems and to determine where the main weaknesses lie.
Tax audits will be much more joined up in the future, says Dave Hartnett.
France’s recent Bill for 2013 firmly illustrates its attempt at staving off further deterioration to their deficit. Learn about its immediate effects.
Information exchange among tax administrations is now the norm, which means that the era of tax secrecy is over. Learn about the implications.
In June 2012, the Government launched a formal consultation on a new general anti-avoidance rule (GAAR) to tackle artificial and abusive tax avoidance schemes. Learn more.
RGMs set for 5.4% growth in 2013 but significant differences between emerging Asia and rest of the world.
In an ever-more globalized world, countries’ tax authorities are working together to protect revenues, says Dave Hartnett.
Our panelists discuss the dramatic rise in tax enforcement, with the focus now on perceived aggressive tax planning by corporations. Learn more.
Globalization is still increasing among a majority of the world’s 60 leading economies according to the Ernst & Young’s annual globalization report.
Our study highlights current trends and leading practices that can help companies use divestments to achieve key corporate goals.