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10 results for: tax avoidance
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Two recent trends in international taxation – an increase in taxpayers' obligations to document and share information with tax...
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Following the path of tax audits stemming from the ECJ’s  rulings of February 2019 (the “Danish cases” rulings), the Spanish Tax...
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In a ground-breaking ruling, the Spanish National Court (Audiencia Nacional) held that the burden of proof of abuse falls on the Spanish...
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We all love a good Ramsay case.  Particularly one from the Supreme Court which does not upset the apple cart and require a re-learning of...
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Whilst the Budget was dominated by the announcement of a multi-billion pound economic stimulus to deal with the economic impact of...
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On 18 February, the Council extended the list of non-cooperative jurisdictions for tax purposes to the Cayman Islands, Palau, Panama and...
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...or "Seeing as everyone else is now giving 'fact-checking a go'".When Labour published its 2019 Election manifesto last week it was...
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The draft regulations to implement EU Directive 2018/822 (DAC 6) in the UK have been published alongside a consultation document. HMRC...
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It is likely that the number of international tax rulings granted in the Netherlands will reduce significantly as a result of a new...
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A recent UK tax tribunal decision, relating to the UK corporation tax treatment of a “tower” structure, serves as a useful reminder of...