Archive: tax audit
The Russians are leading the way in collaborative compliance tax administration.
Poland and European Union: law to implement Mutual Assistance Directive 2011/16/EC signed by President
On 16 September 2013, the President signed the amendments to the Tax Code (Ordynacja Podatkowa) and the Law on Tax Audit (Ustawa o Kontroli Skarbowej) …
Simplifying the structure of a business can help address tax controversy in a number of important ways.
Russia’s Federal Tax Service (FTS) has published a letter regarding two methods used to obtain unjustified tax benefits which were identified during the course of …
On 31 July 2013, the Italian Revenue Agency (Revenue) issued its annual guidelines (Guidelines) for Revenue auditors on goals to achieve and tax strategies to …
At the beginning of 2013, Vietnam’s General Department of Taxation (GDT) announced its plan to conduct tax audits for more than 70,000 companies in 2013. Further …
Multinationals face a much higher risk of facing a customs audit in Korea in 2013.
In April 2013, the Spanish Government established the National Office for International Taxation (Oficina Nacional de Fiscalidad International “ONFI”) an élite force that will focus …
Tax audits will be much more joined up in the future, says Dave Hartnett.
Nancy Chassman, Global Head of Tax Controversy at the American insurer AIG talks to T Magazine about the challenges she faces.
Broad-based performance management may be a relatively new concept for many tax functions. What do these new measures look like?
With increased public and regulatory scrutiny of their tax affairs, companies risk considerable damage to their brands if they get it wrong.
Tax Inspectors Without Borders is designed to increase the availability and sharing of experienced tax administration personnel to developing nations, particularly in the field of cross-border tax audits.
OECD’s report on dealing effectively with the challenges of transfer pricing — a new chapter begins?
The report outlines several important steps that tax administrations can take to make the most efficient use of their limited resources.
As indirect taxes become a preferred revenue-raising tool for governments, global businesses need to react. Watch this animation for insights into the key implications.
In the aftermath of the global recession, most governments are searching hard to find new revenue. Countries are starting to join forces and set up global tax auditing collaborations.
Extracts from a speech by Mark Konza, Deputy Commissioner, Large Business and International — Australian Taxation Office.
Tax executives, tax administrators and tax policy-makers have perhaps never been in such agreement: converging trends have created the riskiest environment for tax controversy the world has experienced in years.