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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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Cayman Explains How To Comply With New Economic Substance Rules

22/8/2019
The Cayman Government has set out how companies should comply with new economic substance requirements, which must be met for certain companies to access the territory's tax regime.
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Irish Issues E-Brief On Mergers And Divisions

22/8/2019
The Irish Revenue has published guidance on the tax compliance obligations that arise from mergers and divisions.
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President Trump Considering New Tax Cuts

22/8/2019
United States President Donald Trump said on August 20, 2019, that the administration is considering additional tax cuts to help maintain economic growth.
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NZ Confirms Tax Rules For Employees Using Own Telecoms Devices

22/8/2019
New Zealand's tax agency has prepared new guidelines intended to clarify tax rules when employees use their own telecommunications tools and devices for work purposes.
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Philippines Launches E-Payments Portal For Tax

22/8/2019
The Philippines' Bureau of Internal Revenue has launched a digital tax payments system.
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OECD's Digital Tax Work Has Broad Ramifications For Ireland

22/8/2019
As a small open economy, Ireland may be affected significantly by the OECD's proposals to modify how taxing rights are allocated among countries, Irish business association Ibec has said.
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USTR Stages Hearing On French Digital Tax Response

22/8/2019
On August 19, 2019, the Office of the United States Trade Representative held an off-camera public hearing on France's recently introduced digital services tax, attended by three major technology firms.
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NZ Tax Man To Enforce Real-Time PAYE Reporting

22/8/2019
New Zealand's Inland Revneue Department has said it is to challenge those employers who are currently failing to file their payroll information every payday.
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Switzerland To Expand AEOI Network

22/8/2019
The Swiss Government will exchange financial account information with 33 other countries' tax authorities for the first time in September.
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US Appeals Court Backs Amazon In Transfer Pricing Case

22/8/2019
On August 16, 2019, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit issued a decision in favor of Amazon, in a case involving the regulatory definition of intangible assets and the method of their valuation in a cost-sharing arrangement.
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Australian High Court Allows Use Of Leaked Data In Tax Probes

22/8/2019
The Australian Taxation Office has welcomed a significant ruling from Australia's High Court, which enables the tax agency to use information obtained from data leaks, even if leaked from a law firm.
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Hong Kong Announces Reliefs For Individuals, Businesses

22/8/2019
Hong Kong's Government has announced a package of reliefs for businesses and individuals, in response to the recent riots and risks around the global economy.
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Bulgaria Introduces New TP Documentation Rules

22/8/2019
Bulgaria has amended its Tax and Social Security Procedure Code (TSSPC), with effect from July 31, to obligate groups to prepare new transfer pricing documentation from 2020.
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Taiwan Issues Transaction Tax Guidance For M And As

22/8/2019
Taiwan's Ministry of Finance has issued an interpretive order which clarifies the application of futures transactions tax in the case of company mergers and acquisitions.
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Vietnam Seeking To Collect More Tax Debts This Year

22/8/2019
Vietnamese tax officials are undertaking a nationwide push to collect tax debts, with the General Department of Taxation stating that arrears at the end of July 2019 were down 5.7 percent on last year.
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