Latest blog articles with tag Tax Law

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    Reducing administrative burdens through joint action!

    14 June 2018
    by: 
    Heller in Law
    Current developments in the area of cross-country joint audits could reduce administrative burdens and enhance legal certainty. But, what are joint audits? This contribution shortly elaborates on the concept and the current developments of joint audits that could facilitate a cross-country concept of joint audits.
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    The future of the EU’s fiscal framework

    30 November 2017
    Recent events suggest that the Eurozone may soon be entering a new phase of its short but already tumultuous life. As the dust of the sovereign debt crisis starts settling, and the continent slowly returns to growth, winds of change are blowing across the zone, and EMU reform is back on the EU agenda.
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    A fiscal fairy tale of thousand and one nights

    12 September 2017
    In his decision of September 7th 2017 the State Secretary for Finance approves that under the tax agreements of Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates the exemption method is applied. (Dutch only)
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    Is the council about to confirm the existence of an EU at arm’s length principle?

    4 July 2017
    On 21 June 2017, the European Commission released its Proposal on transparency rules for tax intermediaries. It primarily seeks to address concerns raised by the ECOFIN Council and the European Parliament in trying to investigate and tackle the role of intermediaries in tax evasion and tax avoidance schemes of multinational companies.
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