Archive: tax risk
Companies and consumers in China are paying significant amounts of VAT. In addition, China’s VAT rules are unique and its system constantly changes.
On 30 April 2013, the OECD published a Draft Handbook on Transfer Pricing Risk Assessment, produced by the Steering Committee of the OECD Global Forum …
Almost 80% of respondents are not confident that their VAT processes are generating the correct results. Our survey offer insights into China´s VAT regime.
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) released, on 26 March 2013, the Large Business Active Compliance Manual – Income Tax, which is an internal document providing …
Information exchange among tax administrations is now the norm, which means that the era of tax secrecy is over. Learn about the implications.
Dave Hartnett offers some advice to tax directors and CFOs on managing a function with a growing profile.
Businesses run serious non-compliance tax risks unless they’ve clearly identified their process owners, excellent communication co-exists with the rest of the organization and gaps are addressed.
With so many countries desperate to pay down debt following the financial crisis, tax risk is now an issue for corporate boards, not just tax directors.
With the media highlighting examples of perceived tax avoidance, it prompts the question of how to respond in the event of a crisis emerging. Learn more.
Business travelers are becoming important targets for tax authorities and companies ignore the tax risks of a mobile workforce at their peril.
The other side of the fence – a Q&A with Jean-Pierre Lieb, the Inspector General of Finance at the French Department of Taxation.
Tax is often written off as a niche career, but proves to be just the opposite.
An interview with Todd Tuckner, Chief Operating Officer for the global finance function at UBS, the Swiss banking and financial services group.
The first meeting of the OECD Global Forum on VAT took place in Paris, France on 7–8 November 2012, with the participation of more than …
Effective management of indirect taxes is essential to support growth and reduce risks. If overlooked, the benefits of a supply chain may not be fully maximized.
On 31 October 2012, the Inspector-General of Taxation announced a review of the use of compliance risk assessment tools by the Australian Taxation Office (ATO). The …
Companies are increasingly seeking tax savings and efficiencies as part of M&A as authorities step up scrutiny of deals.