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9 Jan 2020

Country-by-Country Reporting—Can Member States Ever Agree?

Andrew Parkes, National Technical Director at Andersen Tax UK, discusses how EU countries recently blocked a proposal that would have forced multinational companies to reveal how much profit they make and how little tax they pay in each member state. Andrew’s article was published in Bloomberg Tax, 9 January 2020, and can be found here. […]

20 Dec 2019

Still no break for non-US persons from US gift and estate tax

IRS recently announced an increase in the lifetime estate and gift tax exemption to $11,580,000 for the 2020 tax year. However, exemption remains at $60,000 for non-US person, and only applies to estate (not gift) tax.

19 Dec 2019

Media furore targets Netflix over corporate tax

Andrew Parkes, National Technical Director at Andersen Tax UK, examines the aims of film and television tax reliefs, and in particular the UK media’s recent furore in relation to Netflix. Andrew’s article was published in International Tax Review, and can be accessed here.  Netflix is seeing the good, the bad and possibly the ugly of […]

19 Dec 2019

Nature of the U.K. Tax Authority Inquiry Into Airbnb

Zoe Wyatt, Partner at Andersen Tax UK, discusses the inquiry from the U.K.’s tax authority into Airbnb and what it means for multinational corporations. Zoe’s article was published in Bloomberg Tax, 19 December 2019, and can be found here. Airbnb has recently been in the spotlight due to the statement made in its December 31, […]

5 Dec 2019

US gift tax – final regulations protect large gifts from future tax

The IRS has now confirmed that taxpayers benefiting from temporarily raised estate and gift tax exclusion amount will not be adversely impacted in future years.

29 Nov 2019

EU forced to back down on plan for multinational tax transparency – Andrew Parkes

Andrew Parkes, National Technical Director at Andersen Tax UK, comments on the news that 12 EU states have rejected move to expose companies’ tax avoidance. Andrew’s comments were published in Accountancy Daily, 29 November 2019, and can be found here. “The proposal was first suggested over three years ago in the wake of the Panama Papers […]

19 Nov 2019

SJP sued by ex-football stars over tax avoidance schemes – Miles Dean

Miles Dean, Head of International Tax at Andersen Tax, comments in CityWire Wealth Manager in relation to a group of ex-footballers suing St James’s Palace over tax avoidance schemes. Mile’s comments were published in CityWire Wealth Manager, 14 November 2019, and can be found here. “A group of ex-footballers are suing St James’s Place (SJP) over […]

7 Nov 2019

Aims of film and television tax reliefs – Andrew Parkes

Andrew Parkes, National Tax Director at Andersen Tax discusses the aims of film and television tax reliefs, and in particular the UK media’s recent furore in relation to Netflix. Andrew’s article was published in Taxation, 5 November 2019, and in their October/November 2019 issue and can be found here. The black mirror Like Pavlov’s dogs, […]

6 Nov 2019

Europe – DAC3: Exchange of Clearances

Since 1 January 2015 tax authorities within the EU have been exchanging clearances (or rulings to use the terminology of the EU and OECD) that relate to cross-border transactions.

6 Nov 2019

The UK – The Investment Manager Exemption: Trading v Investment

The UK has a long and proud history of being a centre for the fund management industry. The “Investment Manager Exemption” (IME) protects non-UK funds managed by UK fund managers, provided that the relevant conditions are satisfied.

6 Nov 2019

The Netherlands: All Change to the Holding Company Regime

Will further changes to the Dutch regime see the Netherlands playing second fiddle to the UK when it comes to choice of holding company location?

6 Nov 2019

The UK Statutory Residency Test

Like most countries, the UK seeks to tax its residents on their worldwide income and non-residents on their UK source income. This makes the question of whether you are resident in the UK, or not, one of vital importance.

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