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OECD Plans For The Automatic Tax Information Exchange Worldwide

 
OECD Plans For The Automatic Tax Information Exchange Worldwide

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (“OECD”) recently unveiled plans for a new single global standard for the automatic exchange of tax information, following calls from G20 leaders to increase pressure on those evading taxes and to create trust and fairness in the international tax system.

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Ireland's Budget 2014 – The Main Tax Points

 
Ireland Budget 2014

After five years of austerity, Ireland as a nation is well on the path to economic recovery. On 15 October 2013, the Minister for Finance Michael Noonan delivered Ireland’s Budget for 2014 (“the Budget”). It is anticipated that the Budget will be one of the final steps to be taken by the Irish government to secure Ireland’s exit from the bailout programme and restore the country’s economic sovereignty.  

OECD Report On Increasing Employment Taxes

 
OECD Report On Increasing Employment Taxes

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published a report on 10 May 2012, detailing the tax burdens imposed on employment income across the 34 OECD countries.

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OECD Report Addressing Base Erosion And Profit Sharing

 
OECD Report Addressing Base Erosion and Profit Sharing

Following concerns expressed by the French, German and UK Governments about the use of Base Erosion and Profit Sharing schemes (“BEPS”) by multinational companies, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (“OECD”) has published a report detailing the pertinent issues involved.

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UK – A Low Tax Jurisdiction?

 
UK – A Low Tax Jurisdiction?

In our previous blog post entitled ‘Acceleration of UK Corporate Tax rate Reductions’, we discussed the announcement in Budget 2012 of the decision to accelerate the reduction in the main UK Corporation Tax rate from 26% to 24%, with effect for the financial year commencing 1 April 2012.

Business Culture: Tips For Doing Business In Mexico

 
Business Culture: Tips for doing business in Mexico

Vikram Pandit, the chief executive of Citigroup, was recently asked to break down the emerging markets that had contributed to strong financial results for the third-biggest US bank. The first country he pointed to was Mexico.

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Ireland’s Budget 2013 – An Overview Of The Key Tax Points

 
Ireland’s Budget 2013 – An Overview Of The Key Tax Points

This is a guest post written by Ruth Skehan of Fitzwilliam Tax Consultants

Budget 2013 – Continuing Ireland’s Recovery

 
Budget 2013 – Continuing Ireland’s Recovery

On Wednesday 5 December 2012 Ireland’s Minister for Finance Michael Noonan T.D. will deliver his second budget speech to Dáil Éireann.  Under the terms of the programme, agreed with the EU / IMF / ECB, Ireland is required to adjust downwards its public sector deficit by approximately €3bn in 2013. This adjustment will be effected by means of a mix of public spending cuts and revenue raising measures.

UK To Attract Overseas Investment With New ‘Tax Transparent Fund’

 
UK To Attract Overseas Investment With New ‘Tax Transparent Fund’

The Tax Transparent Fund (TTF) is a new authorised collective investment scheme structure introduced in the United Kingdom on 17 July 2012.

Ireland Rebuilds Economy With New Loan Scheme For Entrepreneurs

 
Ireland Rebuilds Economy With New Loan Scheme For Entrepreneurs

22 June 2012 saw the publication of the Microenterprise Loan Fund Bill 2012 by Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton T.D.

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