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International Tax Review
Mar 21, 2019

France pushes G7 countries for a global minimum corporate tax
France plans to make significant progress with members of the G7 group of countries to reach an agreement on a minimum corporate tax rate after the OECD has presented its work on taxing the digital economy to the G20 in June.

International Tax Review
Mar 20, 2019

Pace of change makes it impossible to have an indirect tax strategy
Tax professionals speaking at the International Tax Review Indirect Tax Forum said that the rate of indirect tax changes around the world makes having a long-term strategic plan very difficult.

International Tax Review
Mar 20, 2019

Canada to boost tax authority audit resources
The Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) will receive an additional C$150.8 million ($113.1 million) over five years to hire additional auditors, create a data quality examination team targeted at non-residents, and extend schemes aimed tax tackling offshore non-compliance.

International Tax Review
Mar 20, 2019

Tax heads fearful of OECD push for minimum corporation tax
Participants at the OECD's public consultation on BEPS 2.0 grappled with the question of whether under-taxation - as well as non-taxation - of corporate profits is a problem the OECD should address.

International Tax Review
Mar 19, 2019

E-invoicing compliance goes beyond tax departments
In-house tax professionals, tax advisors and software providers have emphasised that complying with rapidly proliferating e-invoicing requirements requires input from businesses as a whole, not just their tax departments.

International Tax Review
Mar 15, 2019

US tax reform turns into a game of ‘whack-a-mole'
For global corporations, determining how to comply with the US tax reform provisions and manage tax liabilities is difficult because as soon they resolve one tax problem, another pops up.

International Tax Review
Mar 14, 2019

Consumer businesses clash over OECD digital tax proposals
MNEs specialising in consumer products prefer to ‘cherry-pick' provisions they favour from the OECD's digital tax proposals, creating a conflict among them on the best approach to taxing the digital economy.

International Tax Review
Mar 14, 2019

Mark Rems joins KPMG US
Mark Rems has joined KPMG's US state and local tax (SALT) practice as a principal in Philadelphia. He will be a part of the firm's indirect tax practice and focus on transaction tax systems.

International Tax Review
Mar 14, 2019

MNEs accept higher tax burden is inevitable at OECD digital tax consultation
Corporate tax heads at the OECD digital tax consultation in Paris admitted that they would need to bow to political pressure and accept potentially painful reforms.

International Tax Review
Mar 14, 2019

Kene Partners appoints two to R&D-focused tax practice
Aarti Varia and Rosie Silk have joined Kene Partners in London to specialise in research and development (R&D) within the consultancy team as R&D tax director and R&D tax manager, respectively.

International Tax Review
Mar 13, 2019

UK Spring Statement proposes no major tax changes
The UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, refrained from making any tax proposals in today's Spring Statement, but the government continues to push ahead with its digital services tax while global talks take place in Paris.

International Tax Review
Mar 11, 2019

Uber's VAT battles illustrate different approaches to taxing the platform economy
Uber has been fighting on multiple fronts over its VAT obligations in different jurisdictions. ITR examines how a settlement with the Egyptian authorities and an ongoing legal drama in the UK signal two different approaches to making the ‘platform economy' subject to VAT rules.

International Tax Review
Mar 11, 2019

Bigger-than-expected Chinese VAT cuts lead to speculation on reform
China has announced bigger-than-expected cuts to two of its three rates of VAT in order to boost its economy against a backdrop of US trade tension, in what tax professionals believe could be the start of wider VAT reform.

International Tax Review
Mar 11, 2019

ITR Asia Tax Awards 2019 shortlist announced
The nominations for the ITR Asia Tax Awards have been announced.

International Tax Review
Mar 08, 2019

It's still too early for companies to prepare for France's DST
The French cabinet has cleared the way for Europe's first active digital services tax (DST). Experts say the proposals are still not detailed enough for the affected companies to prepare to pay the tax, despite its retroactivity and the quick turnaround before the first payment is due.

International Tax Review
Mar 08, 2019

France's DST: No detail, companies unprepared
The French cabinet has cleared the way for Europe's first active digital services tax (DST). Experts say the proposals are still not detailed enough for the affected companies to prepare to pay the tax, despite its retroactivity and the quick turnaround before the first payment is due.

International Tax Review
Mar 08, 2019

Women in tax explain how to deal with gender stereotyping
Leading women in tax share their personal experiences and the resistance they overcame at the beginning of their careers to succeed, offering tips to aspiring leaders.

International Tax Review
Mar 06, 2019

MNEs take legal action to expedite tax returns in Mexico
Companies are taking legal action against the Mexican tax authorities because of the negative cashflows caused by inefficiencies in issuing tax refunds after the universal compensation scheme was cancelled.

International Tax Review
Mar 06, 2019

The negative aspects of tax insurance
Tax insurance, which helps companies to push through deals with identified tax risks, is being used needlessly on tax issues which present barely any risk at all, according to one tax director, but others disagree.

International Tax Review
Mar 06, 2019

Two Italian EY partners join Andersen Tax
Andersen Global has appointed Maricla Pennesi and Giovanni Gallucci to the association's Italian firm, based in Milan.

International Tax Review
Mar 05, 2019

RSM appoints tax partners in London and Birmingham
The firm has appointed two tax partners in London and a VAT partner in Birmingham.

International Tax Review
Mar 04, 2019

Avalara appoints EMEA managing director
Steve Lomax, a financial services and technology specialist, will run the tax technology company's strategic operations in the region.

International Tax Review
Mar 04, 2019

Tax directors pushed into aggressive tax tactics as authorities lose funding
Corporate tax departments are under pressure to find aggressive ways of reducing their effective rates that exploit under-resourced tax authorities.

International Tax Review
Mar 01, 2019

Seth Entin joins Holland & Knight in the US
Holland & Knight has hired Seth Entin as an equity partner to advise clients in private wealth services in the Miami office.

International Tax Review
Mar 01, 2019

MNEs leaping into real-time reporting see long-term benefits
With the UK's Making Tax Digital becoming effective in one month, companies choosing to implement technologies now that support real-time reporting will reap long-term benefits as more countries adopt similar reporting requirements.

International Tax Review
Mar 01, 2019

How customisation can catch companies cold
Companies should resist the temptation to make numerous customisations to their in-house tax compliance systems because it makes them less flexible in the long-run, say tax directors.

International Tax Review
Feb 27, 2019

What you need to know before taking out tax insurance
Companies looking to insure tax risks in M&A deals must know what is being insured and have clarity of information before proceeding, say industry experts.

International Tax Review
Feb 26, 2019

Tax technologists increasingly important but hard to find for MNEs
Demand for tax technologists is rising in the post-BEPS environment, according to tax and technology leaders, as tax departments find it increasingly important to prepare systems for new developments coming from tax authorities.

International Tax Review
Feb 26, 2019

Tax technologists: increasingly important but hard to find for MNEs
Demand for tax technologists is rising in the post-BEPS environment, according to tax and technology leaders, as tax departments find it increasingly important to prepare systems for new developments coming from tax authorities.

International Tax Review
Feb 26, 2019

Maura Dineen joins DLA Piper in Ireland
DLA Piper has hired Maura Dineen as a tax partner in the Dublin office to enhance its cross-border tax advisory services.

International Tax Review
Feb 26, 2019

Controversial border-adjustment tax survives in US TCJA
Paul Nylen, assistant professor of tax at the University of Wisconsin - Whitewater, explains how the US government has managed to include the divisive border adjustment tax (BAT) in the US Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) and what it means for taxpayers globally.

International Tax Review
Feb 25, 2019

How tax heads use tax authorities' advances to fight for more resources
For tax heads beleagured by ever more sophisticated and divergent requirements from different tax authorities, there is an unlikely silver lining. For once, it's easier to make the case to senior executives in the business that they should take the tax function seriously.

International Tax Review
Feb 25, 2019

Brazil evaluates input criteria for PIS and COFINS credits
Brazil's highest court has reviewed the restrictive limitations of PIS and COFINS credits, providing taxpayers with greater clarity to areas such as research and natural resources prospecting.

International Tax Review
Feb 25, 2019

David Byrne joins Alvarez and Marsal
Alvarez & Marsal Taxand (A&M Taxand) has appointed David Byrne as senior director to lead the firm's new UK research & development (R&D) credits service offering.

International Tax Review
Feb 22, 2019

Mazars appoints Ian Holder as Birmingham's office managing partner
Ian Holder has been promoted to managing partner of Mazars UK's Birmingham office.

International Tax Review
Feb 22, 2019

MNEs still cautious of Denmark's TP audit strategy despite Microsoft's win
Microsoft's landmark transfer pricing (TP) win in the Danish Supreme Court is not enough to lessen the tax authority's aggressive position on TP audits and discretionary assessments, said tax heads.

International Tax Review
Feb 22, 2019

Japan to make internal reorganisations easier with tax break
The Japanese government has announced changes which will give companies more flexibility in tax structuring, lessening the sizeable tax burden on downstream mergers and making triangular reorganisations easier.

International Tax Review
Feb 21, 2019

How to run a tax department in a start-up culture
Ken Chan, head of tax at TransferWise, told the audience at ITR's Tax and Technology Summit how his company's unconventional culture helps him deal with tax challenges.

International Tax Review
Feb 21, 2019

Barbara Angus becomes EY global tax policy leader
Barbara Angus, a key figure in drafting the US Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TJCA), has been appointed global tax policy leader at EY.

International Tax Review
Feb 21, 2019

Price Bailey hires VAT partner in London
Daphne Hemingway joins the firm from Blick Rothenberg.

International Tax Review
Feb 20, 2019

Exclusive: US state drags Amazon to court on platform sales tax liability
A judge will decide whether Amazon acted as a seller in a case against the US state of South Carolina, potentially making it liable for millions of dollars in back taxes.

International Tax Review
Feb 20, 2019

Stocche Forbes hires four in Brazil
Renata Emery and Alberto Medeiros have joined Stocche Forbes as tax partners, along with Pedro Simão and Carlos Renato as counsel in Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia.

International Tax Review
Feb 19, 2019

Survey: Effective TP management of global intellectual property
Multinational companies face the challenge of how to restructure their intellectual property (IP) in an increasingly uncertain world. Taxpayers can voice their concerns anonymously in International Tax Review's IP survey.

International Tax Review
Feb 19, 2019

Baker Botts elects John Martin as next managing partner
John Martin has been elected as managing partner at Baker Botts,, and will commence his four-year term on April 1 2019.

International Tax Review
Feb 18, 2019

Baker McKenzie hires new tax counsel in Dallas
Christopher Hanna has joined Baker McKenzie's tax policy team to help clients navigate the 2017 US tax reform rules in the areas of tax planning, global structures, intellectual property, and supply chains.

International Tax Review
Feb 18, 2019

‘Over 50 shades of grey' in corporate taxes make automation tough
Finding consistency in direct tax and transfer pricing matters makes it increasingly challenging to automate repetitive or routine tasks in the global tax function, say tax technology leaders.

International Tax Review
Feb 18, 2019

Singapore budget proposes enhanced asset management tax benefits
Tax directors and advisors are disappointed by the few tax perks proposed in the Singapore budget relevant to multinational companies, but proposals for enhanced asset management tax benefits offer some comfort.

International Tax Review
Feb 18, 2019

Brazil remains cautious about its tax reform expectations
Brazil's complex federal and state structure has created a litigious framework for tax authorities, making tax reform in Brazil a continued political focus.

International Tax Review
Feb 15, 2019

Companies turn to insurance to push through M&A deals
Companies in the private equity and real estate sectors are increasingly turning to tax-specific insurance to expedite M&A deals.

International Tax Review
Feb 15, 2019

Howard Wiener becomes KPMG's US principal in charge in London
KPMG US has named Howard Wiener as principal in charge of its US tax practice based in London.

International Tax Review
Feb 14, 2019

The OECD's four proposals to tax the digital economy
The leading proposal in the OECD's two-week consultation on four possible approaches to taxing the digital economy focuses on marketing intangibles, expanding the number of businesses that could fall under its scope.

International Tax Review
Feb 14, 2019

Dow Schofield Watts expands into tax consultancy
Independent advisory firm Dow Schofield Watts has launched tax consultancy practice in the UK to advice on a range of business tax issues.

International Tax Review
Feb 14, 2019

Tax heads call HMRC's digitalisation ambitions ‘a pipe dream'
Rapid staff turnover has made the UK tax authority difficult to deal with, tax heads complained at a conference hosted by ITR.

International Tax Review
Feb 12, 2019

CbCR: MNEs invest more in tech and personnel to address audit risks
Tax heads are spending millions on new technology and staff to deal with what can be unfair audits by tax authorities looking at county-by-country reports (CbCR), adding data to what is already an increasingly dispute-prone environment.

International Tax Review
Feb 12, 2019

Companies struggle to distinguish Quebec users for VAT compliance
Foreign businesses are grappling with the ambiguity of Quebec's digital VAT rules as it becomes the only Canadian territory to extend its sales tax to include online goods and services provided by non-resident sellers.

International Tax Review
Feb 11, 2019

Brazil publishes guidance on US companies listed as privileged tax regimes
Brazil's tax authorities have noted that "non-resident" US companies listed as privileged tax regimes ought to be considered from a US, not Brazilian perspective

International Tax Review
Feb 11, 2019

MinterEllison hires GST partner in Australia
Matthew Missaghi becomes the firm's third GST partner.

International Tax Review
Feb 11, 2019

Submit now for World Tax and World TP 2020
We are pleased to announce the official launch of World Tax and World TP 2020.

International Tax Review
Feb 11, 2019

WTS hires Munich partner and Stuttgart director
WTS Global has appointed Helge Jacobs and Klaus Siler in new roles.

International Tax Review
Feb 11, 2019

Skills exchange helps tax teams succeed with digital reporting
Tax departments are partnering with other corporate functions to obtain the skills required to comply with technology-driven tax policies as they try to find a way around limited budgets and resources.

International Tax Review
Feb 08, 2019

What Austria's platform VAT law says about the digital tax conversation
A package proposed by the Austrian government includes a reform to platforms' VAT obligations, mirroring the UK's and Germany's laws. But with the EU poised to act in 2021, why is Austria bothering to move in 2020?

International Tax Review
Feb 08, 2019

EU code of conduct on business taxation groups gets new chairperson
Lyudmila Petkova has replaced Fabrizia Lapecorella as the chairperson of the EU Council's working group that oversees the implementation of the EU's code of conduct on business taxation.

International Tax Review
Feb 08, 2019

India plans to drop significant economic presence rule and equalisation levy
India will abandon its significant economic presence (SEP) rule and drop the equalisation levy once OECD members come to an agreement on how to tax the digital economy, a leading government figure has said. But taxpayers want clarity on SEP thresholds now.

International Tax Review
Feb 07, 2019

Tax departments frustrated by French DST as France settles Apple case
Tax departments in France are increasingly agitated by the government's efforts to impose a digital services tax (DST). This is just as the French government settles its long-running dispute with Apple.

International Tax Review
Feb 07, 2019

Tax departments frustrated by French DST as it settles Apple case
Tax departments in France are increasingly agitated by the government's efforts to impose a digital services tax (DST). This is just as the French government settles its long-running dispute with Apple.

International Tax Review
Feb 07, 2019

Apple settles tax bill with France ahead of DST
The French government and Apple have reached a multi-million euro settlement in a dispute going back more than a decade, just as France imposes a digital services tax (DST).

International Tax Review
Feb 06, 2019

Falling tax rates only one part of incentivising business investment
Corporate tax rates continue to fall due to increasing cross-border competition through tax reform, but tax heads have more to consider when investing overseas than just rates.

International Tax Review
Feb 06, 2019

Falling tax rates: only one part to incentivising business investment
Corporate tax rates continue to fall due to increasing cross-border competition through tax reform, but tax heads have more to consider when investing overseas than just rates.

International Tax Review
Feb 06, 2019

Working with ‘early adopter' tax authorities
Companies should be wary of tax authorities investing in new technology, particularly those that are willing to innovate; but, say in-house tax chiefs, there can be major advantages to being in an ‘early adopter' country.

International Tax Review
Feb 04, 2019

How important is tax competition to India?
India can be resilient against the competitive tax policies of neighbouring countries and the US, but tax experts at International Tax Review's India Tax Forum want the country to amend corporate tax rates and expand the base to maintain this.

International Tax Review
Feb 04, 2019

Why BEPS 2.0 makes tax heads nervous
Some tax directors are unimpressed by the direction of the OECD's digital tax proposals, with one warning they will bring "a whole new world" with wide-ranging implications.

International Tax Review
Feb 04, 2019

BDO merges with Moore Stephens
BDO has completed its merger with Moore Stephens to overtake its rival Grant Thornton as the fifth-largest accounting firm in the UK.

International Tax Review
Feb 04, 2019

Automation challenges under varying SAF-T frameworks
Multinationals are being forced to implement complex automated solutions to comply with the differing reporting frameworks across Europe because local tax authorities are more focused on tackling VAT fraud than the increasing compliance costs.

International Tax Review
Feb 04, 2019

Brazil publishes guidance on PIS/COFINS impacts for debt forgiveness
Brazil's federal tax authorities have published guidance noting that debt forgiveness ought to be regarded as financial revenue and should be taxed at 4.65%.

International Tax Review
Feb 04, 2019

The Brazilian tax authorities provide guidance on PIS/COFINS impacts for debt forgiveness
Brazil's federal tax authorities have published guidance noting that debt forgiveness ought to be regarded as financial revenue and should be taxed at 4.65%.

International Tax Review
Feb 01, 2019

Withers hires senior tax counsel in Japan
Kenichi Takashima joins Withers while also continuing his role as the Japanese representative of the OECD's Business and Industry Advisory Committee.

International Tax Review
Feb 01, 2019

Investor pressure drives corporate tax policy development
Investors are giving serious consideration to their targets' corporate tax policies before agreeing on the deal, but there are a number of companies that still have no such policy in place.

International Tax Review
Feb 01, 2019

India commits to anonymised tax return assessments in interim budget
India has confirmed its aim to move to anonymised tax return assessments (ATRAs) within two years, a measure which is dividing the tax community.

International Tax Review
Feb 01, 2019

Tax directors explain the importance of data modelling
Businesses are increasingly using data modelling to more accurately determine their tax liabilities and prove their compliance to tax authorities amid the political pressures that are constantly changing the goal posts.

International Tax Review
Jan 30, 2019

OECD announces countries' plans to revolutionise international tax system
The OECD has stunned the tax world by signalling countries' willingness to consider radical steps to drag the global corporate tax system into the 21st century by addressing the challenges of the evolving world economy.

International Tax Review
Jan 29, 2019

Nuances embedded in Russia's participation exemption
Russian legal entities that make capital gains from the sale of shares are eligible for a zero percent tax rate, yet the criteria for satisfying this arrangement may not always be so simple.

International Tax Review
Jan 29, 2019

Cryptoassets: UK and US approach transactions in similar manner
The UK's tax author, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), has recently published updated guidance on the tax treatment of cryptoassets. Kate Habershon, Neil McKnight and Nelson Yates II of Morgan, Lewis & Bockius examine the guidance and how it compares to the US's perspective.

International Tax Review
Jan 28, 2019

Baker Botts hires Jon Feldhammer as partner in San Francisco
Jon Feldhammer has joined Baker Botts's San Francisco office as a tax litigation partner.

International Tax Review
Jan 28, 2019

Who controls the digital tax debate?
Businesses shouldn't think about compliance with EU digital tax proposals, but instead influence the conversation and ensure governments aren't hitting them by accident, say tax executives, advisors and lobby groups.

International Tax Review
Jan 28, 2019

REITs on the rise under Trump's tax cuts
Advisors and fund managers expect more qualified opportunity funds (QOFs) to be organised as real estate investment trusts (REITs) to maintain key US tax benefits under the qualified opportunity zone (QOZ) programme and avoid locking in investments.

International Tax Review
Jan 28, 2019

Potential tax inefficiencies in equity crowdfunding transactions in Mexico
Mexican tax authorities are still yet to issue specific regulation surrounding crowdfunding activities, and with new a law addressing the financial technology sector at large, questions still remain surrounding the popular capital raising vehicle.

International Tax Review
Jan 25, 2019

Banks feel the strain of getting ready for DAC6
Financial institutions are feeling the pressure of laying the groundwork for the reporting requirements of the EU's mandatory disclosure rules (DAC6) as they take on a more vital role in tax planning and transparency.

International Tax Review
Jan 24, 2019

Ireland brings changes to exit tax and special assignment relief
Ireland's Finance Bill has brought a series of changes to exit tax, special assignment relief and controlled foreign companies.

International Tax Review
Jan 23, 2019

Platforms: Where the real ‘Wayfair' money is
Collecting sales tax from online platforms like eBay and Amazon present US states with a big cash prize and a host of technical complications. Vendors should beware of being caught between the states and the money.

International Tax Review
Jan 23, 2019

Platforms: Where the real Wayfair money is
Collecting sales tax from online platforms like eBay and Amazon presents US states with a big cash prize and a host of technical complications. Vendors should beware of being caught between the states and the money.

International Tax Review
Jan 23, 2019

The new US-Mexico-Canada Agreement
The US, Mexico and Canada have signed a new modernised trade agreement (USMCA) to replace the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Oscar López Velarde and Daniela Iñigo Arroyo of Ritch, Mueller, Heather & Nicolau discuss the key highlights.

International Tax Review
Jan 22, 2019

Arendt & Medernach promotes Vincent Mahler to tax partner
Vincent Mahler has become a partner in Arendt & Medernach's tax law practice and will head the Paris tax desk.

International Tax Review
Jan 22, 2019

Upcoming US 10K filings to offer clues to BEAT and GILTI compliance
Banks will be examining the February 10K filings of their competitors to see how they are dealing with the BEAT and GILTI provisions in the US Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA).

International Tax Review
Jan 21, 2019

RSM appoints Dougy Agnew as partner in Aberdeen
Dougy Agnew has joined RSM's Aberdeen office in Scotland as a partner in the tax practice.

International Tax Review
Jan 21, 2019

Chances of China and Hong Kong tax harmonisation to impact investment decisions
The potential for tax harmonisation between China and Hong Kong could harm the latter's ability to compete against Singapore for foreign investment and as a regional hub location.

International Tax Review
Jan 21, 2019

EU's majority voting proposal puts CCCTB back on the table
The common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB) and digital services tax (DST) could be introduced if the EU Commission's proposal for qualified majority voting (QMV) succeeds.

International Tax Review
Jan 17, 2019

How VAT and customs will work the day after a no-deal Brexit
Britain is nearer than ever to a disruptive exit from the EU, but businesses can do agonisingly little to prepare.

International Tax Review
Jan 16, 2019

The biggest US states are getting serious about Wayfair
For all companies that sell to US consumers without a physical presence in states, 2018's Wayfair decision was a bolt from the blue. But the work of complying with ‘economic nexus' rules in every taxing jurisdiction will be an ongoing project, not a one-off effort.

International Tax Review
Jan 15, 2019

Bredin Prat appoints two to tax team
Jean-Florent Mandelbaum and Franck Morhain have joined the firm's tax team in Paris.

International Tax Review
Jan 14, 2019

Will clearance e-invoicing spread through the EU?
Governments around the EU are watching Italy to see if its new mandatory e-invoicing system (Sistema di Interscambio, or SDI) works, and whether it is effective in increasing the VAT take.

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