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The OECD opened a public consultation this past Monday 4 April (albeit with an imminent deadline date of 18 April) eliciting comments...
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Despite the OECD's best attempts at expediting implementation of the Pillar 1 and 2 proposals agreed to in principle in October 2021 by...
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In what some see as evidence of a more inclusive approach to global tax policy by the Biden administration than its predecessor, the US...
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So here it is...Merry Christmas! So sang Slade in their legendary Christmas hit...and now with 5 days to go the Grinches at the OECD have...
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Rishi Sunak is understood to have raised the exclusion of the financial services sector from the application of the 15% tax agreed by the...
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The is THE topic in international tax today. It's where our day to day focus is at. For our clients with more than a €750m turnover, this...
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The OECD has been working on the establishment of a global minimum tax rate as part of its Pillar 2 of its GLoBE proposals. It has plans...
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The shape and detail of the Pillar 1 and Pillar 2 proposals which form part of what some have described as the "biggest revolution in...
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The General Court of the European Union ("GCEU") have annulled the European Commission's decision regarding the Irish tax rulings in...
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HM Government of Gibraltar's budget measures announced on 20 July 2021 included an increase in the corporate tax rate from 10% to 12.5%,...
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­Today Fabian Picardo, announced that Gibraltar corporation tax is set to rise from 10% to 12.5%.The Chief Minister set this in the...
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It is not often that specific international tax proposals are included in national level coalition agreements but it seems Belgium is so...