India’s finance minister recently presented the government’s budget for fiscal year 2017-2018, which starts April 1. For multinationals operating in or considering expanding into India, we’ve provided a summary of the budget’s key points.
The OECD’s BEPS recommendations have affected tax regimes all over the world. This post focuses on the US’s own tax landscape as it relates to BEPS, including the implementation of a country-by-country reporting requirement and changes to the US’s income tax treaties with other countries.
In another important and unanticipated referendum result, Swiss voters rejected legislation that would have reformed the country’s controversial corporate tax system. Now, some feel Switzerland won’t be able to meet its promise to eliminate the special tax treatment it gives multinationals by 2019.
In January 2017, the Australian Taxation Office (ATO) published new guidance on transfer pricing. The publication is part of a trend of tax authorities in all jurisdictions cracking down on profit shifting. This post provides some important steps you can take to ensure your organization stays compliant with evolving corporate tax laws.
A Swedish Court's recent permanent-establishment ruling against a German company reflects a trend of evolving and increasingly strict PE regulations around the world. This post explains why the case is important for multinationals everywhere and what they can do to protect themselves from PE-related risks.
US tax filing due dates have been changed for the first time in more than three decades, including returns for partnerships and corporations. The changes go into effect starting with 2016 US tax returns, which will be filed in calendar year 2017. This post contains an easy-to-read chart showing the new (and former) due dates.
Today’s superstar athletes are powerful corporate brands, and they and their teams are looking for creative ways to reduce personal and corporate taxation. UK soccer clubs are compensating players and some coaches under a tax scheme that has some wondering if teams, players and coaches are effectively engaging in tax evasion.
On August 30, 2016, the European Commission found that Ireland granted illegal tax benefits to Apple Inc., and demanded that Apple repay €13 billion to Irish tax authorities. We provide a clear, concise summary of the situation and tell you what you need to consider in the wake of the ruling.
The coming UK referendum on whether to remain in or leave the European Union could have serious ramifications for multinationals operating in the UK. This post is the first of a three-part Radius series examining a potential Brexit and the related legal, HR and tax implications companies should be aware of.
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Under pressure to raise money, governments around the world, particularly in North America and Europe, are investing more resources into their taxing authorities to increase audits and enforce violations more rigorously, collecting money on transfer payments they judge as not meeting the standard.
The UK's Autumn Statement was delivered on December 3 and addressed government spending and taxation plans, as well as international taxation changes that have implications on multinational companies.