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  • A good way to get rid of taxation issues when it comes to Liechtenstein bank accounts:  The Liechtenstein Disclosure Facility (LDF) offers a means for UK residents with unpaid tax to make disclosures to HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) of tax irregularities where monies are (or have been) held in bank accounts anywhere in the world, […]

  • Earlier today the ATO released its long awaited public guidance on the Australian tax and GST treatment of bitcoin and other crypto-currencies.  This guidance was originally scheduled to be released on 30 June 2014.  It was delayed while the ATO considered further submissions and sought advice from legal counsel.  The issues raised in the ATO’s […]

  • How would you like to pay for that? Cash, credit or bitcoins? While the use of Bitcoin may not presently be widely accepted like cash or electronic funds transfers, it is undeniable that the interest and market opportunities for bitcoin are rapidly increasing. Bitcoin is a decentralised peer-to-peer payment system that exists virtually and is […]

  • One of the most attractive features of doing business in the Netherlands is the possibility to obtain an Advance Tax Ruling (ATR) and/or Advance Pricing Agreement (AP) so that foreign companies investing in or through the Netherlands have full certainty on their future tax position in the Netherlands. In June, the Dutch Ministry of Finance […]

  • The EU Joint Transfer Pricing Forum (EUJTP) issued a report on compensating adjustments (EUJTP Report) in January 2014 that provides practical solutions for year end-adjustments in the EU. The issue of whether a taxpayer is required to comply with the arm’s length principle at the time an intragroup transaction was undertaken based on information available […]

  • The Luxembourg tax authorities are currently carrying out transfer pricing audits, particularly for financing companies. When the transfer prices are not substantiated through proper documentation, the Luxembourg tax authorities do not hesitate to reassess the tax bill, by adding an at arm’s length remuneration to the taxable basis. Recent decisions of the Luxembourg courts give […]

  • A perennial problem facing the art market is how to treat legitimate works of art which for one reason or another have not been labeled as “authentic” by past or existing authentication committees —the boards that are often established after a prominent artist’s death to protect his or her legacy. As it happens, this past […]

  • Singapore’s government, faced with an environment of rising business costs due to near full employment and escalating rents, has proposed enhanced incentives intended to support business transformation and upgrading, in particular for small to medium sized enterprises (SMEs).   SMEs are defined as enterprises having not more than 200 workers or turnover of not more […]

  • In exchange for immunity from prosecution for assisting tax evasion, the Swiss banks had to tell the U.S. Internal Revenue Service how they hid Americans’ assets, hand over data on secret accounts, and pay financial penalties. To make matters worse, the Swiss have antagonized their key trading partner the European Union by more-or-less trashing the current agreement between the two. Switzerland […]

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