- Welcome to the world of secondary adjustmentsTirthesh Bagadiya of Bagadiya & Jain looks at what he sees as the beginning of a new era in Indian transfer pricing regulations
- EU Council agrees on criteria to establish tax blacklistThe EU Economic and Financial Affairs Council (Ecofin) has agreed on measures to help establish a tax blacklist of uncooperative jurisdictions.
- IKEA Handel og Eiendom loses Supreme Court of Norway tax caseIKEA has lost an important tax battle that could have implications for other multinationals deducting interest on inter-company debt.
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- Legal tax sheltersHow John LaBruzzo Wants To End Welfare Abuse www.corrupt.org How can we get more people who rely on government to have fewer children who rely on government? This was the question John …
- UK election could see tax bombshell hit businesses and investorsThe UK political parties have begun jostling for votes ahead of the June 8 snap general election and the battle has already moved to taxation. So what will UK politics mean for businesses and their tax affairs?
- Register now for International Tax Review’s 17th annual Global Transfer Pricing ForumITR’s Global Transfer Pricing Forum is returning for its 17th year to New York on May 8-9. Join some of tax and TP’s biggest names for what is certain to be a highly informative two days of discussion.
- Oxfam report: Large US multinationals stash billions offshoreOxfam claims that the 50 largest US companies, including global brands Alphabet (Google), Pfizer, Goldman Sachs, General Electric, Chevron, Wal-Mart, Walt Disney and Apple, stashed $1.6 trillion offshore in 2015 to avoid tax – $200 billion more than the previous year.