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Offshore Trusts Guide publishes news, features and newsletters on the use of offshore trust structures. The full guide analyses key global issues relating to the offshore trust, and examines in detail the trust regimes in key jurisdictions.

 

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Greek Parliament Approves VAT Cuts

21/5/2019
The Greek Government has announced that parliament has approved legislation reducing the rate of value-added tax on food and energy.
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NZ To Reform GST Rules On Telecoms In Next Budget

21/5/2019
New Zealand has confirmed that it will formally announce a proposal to reform the goods and services tax rules for telecommunications services in the upcoming Budget, to bring them in line with the current treatment of other remote services and international standards.
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Belgium Confirms CIT Filing Deadlines

21/5/2019
Belgium's tax authority has announced corporate tax return filing deadlines for the 2019 tax year, with a concession for those with a deadline prior to September 26, 2019.
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UK Financial Reporting Council Issues Guide For Small Listed Firms

21/5/2019

A new guide designed to help smaller listed and Alternative Investment Market (AIM) quoted companies improve their financial reporting has been published by ICAEW and the Financial Reporting Council (FRC).


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EU Launches New System For Tackling VAT Fraud

21/5/2019
The European Commission has announced the launch of the Transaction Network Analysis tool, a new system to enable EU member states to rapidly exchange and jointly process VAT data.
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Belgium Begins Accepting Personal Income Tax Returns

10/5/2019
On May 2, 2019, Belgium's finance ministry confirmed that the Tax-on-web portal has been opened for personal and corporate income tax returns for the 2019 fiscal year.
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US Companies Urge Senate To Approve Tax Treaties

10/5/2019
In a letter published on April 29, 2019, the United States National Foreign Trade Council urged the Senate to approve several pending double tax avoidance treaties.
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Protocol To Swiss, Ecuadorian DTA Enters Into Force

10/5/2019
A protocol to bring the administrative assistance clause in the double tax agreement between Switzerland and Ecuador into line with the international standard has entered into force.
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Denmark To Remove Special Tax Rules For Banks

10/5/2019
On May 2, 2019, the Danish Tax Ministry announced that banks' right to deduct hybrid core capital for tax purposes will be removed.
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Switzerland Lowers Customs Duties For Textiles

10/5/2019
The Swiss Federal Council has approved an Ordinance on the Temporary Suspension of Customs Duties on Textile Input and Intermediary Materials, which will enter into force on July 1.
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France To Flesh Out Tax Cut Plans In June

10/5/2019
French Prime Minister Edouard Philippe announced on April 30, 2019, that plans for reductions in personal and corporate income tax will be released by the Government in June 2019.
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Austria To Cut Corporate Tax To 21pc By 2023

10/5/2019
Austria's Chancellor, Sebastian Kurz, has announced plans for significant tax cuts for businesses and individuals.
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New Zealand Finalizes Guidance On BEPS Response

10/5/2019
New Zealand's Inland Revenue Department has finalized its guidance on the changes to tackle base erosion and profit shifting enacted on June 27, 2018, in the Taxation (Neutralising Base Erosion and Profit Shifting) Act 2018.
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Philippines Seeking Passage Of Corporate Tax Plan By Summer

10/5/2019
The Philippines Government has said that it hopes to secure approval from Congress of the corporate income tax reform package within the next few months.
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California Brings Out-Of-State Retailers Within Sales Tax Scope

10/5/2019
California's Governor, Gavin Newsom, has signed into law provision to add a sales tax collection obligation on out-of-state retailers whose annual sales in California exceed USD500,000 in any year.
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