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One of the main surprises in the 2017 South African Budget Review was the announcement of what appeared to be a real shift in policy in respect of the tax and exchange control treatment of certain intellectual property (IP) arrangements. Taxand South Africa reveals the details.
First published in Global Tax Weekly, 16 March 2017 Development and global implementation of the Base Erosion and Profits Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan, prepared by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), have successfully continued in 2016.
A major focus of a private equity fund acquiring a target or a business contributing cash to a joint venture is to ensure that it receives depreciation based on the relative fair market value of its contributions to the partnership.
Taxand Cyprus discuss the changes on acceptable profit margins between related companies.
Taxand UK provides a high level overview of the new rules which will apply to in-scope entities for payments/deemed payments made on or after 1 January 2017. The UK has introduced new anti-hybrid rules that are effective from 1 January 2017.
Taxand USA discusses the requirement of increased CFO involvement with incentive compensation in legislative and regulatory changes. The stock market gains since the presidential election in early November have signaled optimism for 2017, but the optimism assumes change — maybe a lot.
Recently an investment growth premium (Investitionszuwachsprämie) for small and medium-sized enterprises as well as for large enterprises has been enacted.
Taxand UK analyses the Spring Budget 2017. As expected, the Chancellor lived up to his reputation as a cautious operator and made very few significant tax announcements in his final Spring Budget.
First published in International Tax Review, 07 March 2017 In our daily M&A tax practice it is common that a share purchase agreement (SPA) for the acquisition of Dutch taxpaying corporates is concluded under Dutch law, whereas the parties involved are not all familiar with Dutch civil law or Du
The Finnish Supreme Administrative Court (SAC) issued a ruling regarding the security amount of environmental permits. The SAC’s ruling is a landmark case because it will change the established practice in most of the Regional State Administration Agencies.
In light of the VAT registration liability for suppliers that are resident in other EU-Member States or third countries and transport goods to Germany, a recent ruling by the German Federal Court of Finance (Bundesfinanzhof) bears good news (Federal Court of Finance of October 20, 2015, V R&nbs
Taxand UK and Taxand USA explore the possibility of a US tax reform. Across the pond, the recent inauguration of Donald Trump as the US’s 45th president combined with Republicans maintaining control of both the House of Representatives and the Senate presents the possibility of
Taxand South Africa provides a summary of the 2017 South African budget speech. The South African Minister of Finance indicated that South Africa needs to raise an additional R28-billion in tax revenues.
Taxand USA discusses how the proposed border adjustments may violate international trade law as well as the Constitution and points out a few of the practical problems that may be associated with border adjustments in a direct tax system (as opposed to an indirect transaction tax syst
On 15 February 2017, Cyprus adopted the Startup Visa (Startup Permit Scheme) for third country nationals interested in residing and investing in innovative businesses in Cyprus. Taxand Cyprus discusses the startup visa for third country nationals.
First published in Global Tax Weekly, 16 February 2017 On 17 January 2017, President Enrique Peña Nieto announced the actions to promote productive investments and employment creation, pursuant to the Agreement for Strengthening and Protecting the Families Economy.
Taxand Switzerland and Taxand USA provide a short summary and overview of the potential US tax reform proposed by the Republican Party and President Trump particularly from the perspective of Swiss producers and Swiss consumers.
On 2 December 2016, the Belgian Government approved the innovation deduction (ID) draft bill.
Taxand South Africa provides the latest tax updates. BOTSWANA: 2017/18 Budget presented BOTSWANA: Implementation of custom management system CHAD: Finance Law, 2017 adopted GABON: Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement on automatic exchange of country-by-country reports signed G
Taxand Cyprus discusses what to expect from the Multilateral Competent Authority Agreement on automatic exchange of country-by-country reports signed by Cyprus.
A new year brings with it new tax obligations which must be met. Taxand Colombia provides an overview of the key tax commitments multinationals with operations in their country should be aware of in early 2017.
Taxand USA looks at the income tax implications of non-GAAP adjustments. US stocks experienced substantial growth in 2016, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average reaching numerous historical milestones to close out the final quarter of the calendar year.
Taxand Denmark discusses the reintroduction of compensation for tax case expenses.
Taxand South Africa looks at the 2017 South African Budget Review, published on 22 February, and shares how it will affect several factors including pension funds. Preservation of benefits after reaching normal retirement dates: In 2014, amendments were made to the Income Tax Act, 1
In the 2017 Oil and Gas Exploration & Production (E&P) Incentive Compensation Report, Taxand USA examines the latest trends in incentive compensation, as well as total compensation packages for Chief Executive Officers and Chief Financial Officers in the energy sector and the
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