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22 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Cyprus: Cyprus Government Plans To Amend Property Tax »
Author: Lorys Charalambous The Government of Cyprus has announced plans to amend the country's Immovable Property Tax,...
22 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
United Kingdom: City Workers Deferred Bonuses To 'Avoid' 50p Tax »
Author: Robert Lee April saw "unusually high" levels of bonus payments in the UK, leading to accusations that companie...
21 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
United States: US Accountants Oppose Any Limitation To Cash Accounting »
Author: Leroy Baker In a letter to the House of Representatives Ways and Means Committee, the American Institute of Ce...
21 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
United Kingdom: Vodafone 'Settles' HMRC Tax Dispute »
Author: Robert Lee Telecoms company Vodafone struck a multimillion pound deal with the UK taxman to settle a dispute o...
21 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Turkey: Turks And Caicos Prepares GST Regime In Place Of VAT »
Author: Phillip Morton The Turks and Caicos Islands, a British overseas territory, has announced plans to introduce a...
20 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Australia: Australian Miners Call For Exploration Tax Relief »
Author: Mary Swire Flagging exploration in the Australian mining sector could receive a boost were the next government...
20 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
United Kingdom: UK Tackles Gaming Tax Avoidance »
Author: Robert Lee The UK Government has set out proposals to ensure that remote gambling operators can no longer avoi...
20 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Malta: Malta Clarifies VAT On Short-Term Yacht Charters »
Author: Lorys Charalambous The Maltese Value Added Tax Authority has released new Guidelines on the tax treatment of s...
20 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Australia: Australian Opposition Would Not Increase Tax Burden »
Author: Mary Swire "There will be no overall increase in the tax burden whatsoever" under a Coalition government, Tony...
19 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Vodafone Pays Millions as Part of Tax Settlement Deal »
Author: BusinessDay Vodafone Group paid millions to Britain’s tax authority as part of a settlement linked to its Irish...
19 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Switzerland: Switzerland Lures French Businesses With Low Taxes »
Author: Ulrika Lomas Around one hundred French companies have elected to set up in Switzerland since the beginning of...
19 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Australia: Fix Mining Tax, Australian Greens Say »
Author: Mary Swire "There is money to be had from fixing the mining tax right now," the leader of the Australian Green...
19 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Germany: 25 Percent Cut In German Electricity Tax Pledged »
Author: Ulrika Lomas German Social Democrat (SPD) Chancellor candidate Peer Steinbrück has announced plans, if elected...
19 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Jamaica: Corporate Property Tax Collection Up In Jamaica »
Author: Mike Godfrey Jamaica's corporate property tax collection in Kingston has risen by 169 percent since April 01 t...
19 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
United States: Obama Eyes Cell Phone Tax Without Involving Congress »
Author: Mike Godfrey In order to boost ConnectED, his plan to place high-speed internet connections into United States...
16 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Germany: Cologne 'Bed Tax' Unconstitutional, Leipzig Court Rules »
Author: Ulrika Lomas Marking a significant victory for hoteliers, Germany's Federal Administrative Court in Leipzig ha...
16 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
United Kingdom: Cyclist Seeks To Slay UK 'Road Tax' Myth »
Author: Amanda Banks A campaigner is seeking to dispel a commonly-held misapprehension in the UK that car owners pay a...
16 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Switzerland: Switzerland Consults On Revised Tax Act »
Author: Ulrika Lomas Switzerland's Federal Council has initiated shortened consultation proceedings on the partial rev...
16 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
France: France Clarifies 25 Percent Real Estate CGT Break »
Author: Ulrika Lomas The French Government has published a fiscal instruction clarifying the precise conditions for th...
16 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Australia: Abbott May Keep Tobacco Tax Hike »
Author: Mary Swire An Australian Coalition government may need to retain fiscal measures that it does not like, Libera...
16 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
United Kingdom: Scottish Fishing Industry The Target Of HMRC Sting »
Author: Jason Gorringe A team of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) officers have undertaken a crackdown on tax and benefit...
15 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Germany: Germany's CSU Favors Vignette Over Car Tax »
Author: Ulrika Lomas Bavaria's Interior Minister and Christian Social Union (CSU) party member Joachim Herrmann has ad...
15 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Australia: WWF Warns Australia On Emissions Tax System »
Author: Mary Swire Were the new Australian Government to scrap the Carbon Pricing Mechanism (CPM), the country would f...
15 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
New Zealand: NZ Taxpayers Favored Over Welfare Claimants »
Author: Mary Swire New Zealand's Inland Revenue Department (IRD) is more likely to write off unpaid tax in the short ter...
15 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Ireland: Researching a tax credit »
Author: Irish Times Less than a decade ago the Government offered business a further tax incentive to enhance Ireland’...
14 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Canada: Canada Hopes To Prevent Treaty Shopping »
Author: Mike Godfrey The Canadian Government is consulting on possible measures for the prevention of so-called "treat...
14 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
India: India Hikes Duties On Precious Metals »
Author: Mary Swire India has increased customs and excise duties on gold, platinum, and silver as the Government again...
14 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Austria: Austrian Industry Denounces 'Counterproductive' Tax Debates »
Author: Ulrika Lomas President of the Federation of Austrian Industries (IV) Georg Kapsch has lamented as "counterprod...
13 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Ireland: NERI Reports On Irish Tax Distribution »
Author: Jason Gorringe The combined impact of Ireland's tax and welfare systems helps to reduce income inequality, a n...
13 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Bulgaria: Bulgaria Completes VAT Refund Reform »
Author: Ulrika Lomas After several years of criticism, the Bulgarian Ministry of Finance has committed to a raft of me...
13 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
United Kingdom: UK Targets 'High Risk' Tax Advisers »
Author: Amanda Banks HM Revenue and Customs has announced a consultation on a new regime for tax advisers who promote...
13 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
South Korea: South Korea's Tax Policies Under Fire »
Author: Mary Swire The Park Geun-hye Government has issued its framework for South Korea's middle to long-term tax pol...
13 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
New Zealand: McClay Discusses NZ's NFP Tax System »
Author: Mary Swire The New Zealand Government has "always supported" the not-for-profit sector through the tax system,...
08 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Ireland: Coalition tensions rise over budget strategy »
Author: Juno McEnroe (Irish Examiner) Coalition tensions over the upcoming budget strategy have heightened with two Labo...
08 August 2013   (0 Comments - view/add)
Ireland: Labour to Take Fight Against Austerity Into Open »
Author: Fiach Kelly (Irish Independent) LABOUR hopes to force Fine Gael into easing up on austerity in the Oct...

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