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Investors demand OECD tax transparency

Investors demand OECD tax transparency
Investors responsible for trillions of dollars of assets have called on the OECD to ensure that the country by country reporting of multinational companies is made public. With leading experts, standard setters and civil society groups fully in agreement, the ...

Portugal’s evolving taxation of capital gains on real estate projects

Portugal’s evolving taxation of capital gains on real estate projects
Francisco Cabral Matos and Mélanie Pereira of Vieira de Almeida & Associados analyse the main issues concerning the taxation of capital gains, arising from the transfer of shares held in real estate companies which own immovable property in Portugal.Over the ...

China’s STA introduces tax measures to manage COVID-19 implications

China’s STA introduces tax measures to manage COVID-19 implications
The State Taxation Administration of China (STA) explains which measures it has implemented for all taxpayers to manage the social and economic implications of the coronavirus.Since the outbreak of COVID-19, the STA has implemented the decisions made by ...

Budget 2020: Chancellor introduces digital services tax

Budget 2020: Chancellor introduces digital services tax
Chancellor Rishi Sunak today confirmed the introduction of a digital services tax as the government looks to ensure tech giants pay their fair share of tax. The new tax, which will come into force from 1 April, will charge two per cent levy on sales for ...

HMRC investigating tax evasion ‘enablers’

HMRC investigating tax evasion ‘enablers’
Overall, the measure was slated to bring in more than £100m in revenue for the Exchequer. Previously, HMRC said it had engaged with financial advisers on the measure and some avoidance scheme marketers had already cited the new laws as a reason for ...

Who's behind the blog

Who's behind the blog