FHA TAX ALERT – Barbados 2016 Budget

FRANHENDY ATTORNEYS TAX ALERT Growth Returns to the Barbados Economy. Trajectory is Not Assured. No Additional Direct Tax Measures to Support the International Business and Financial Services Sector (IBFSS). Emphasis on Public-Private Sector Partnership to Spur Growth in the IBFSS Summary of the  2016 Budgetary Proposals:  Removal of the imposition of duty on yachts remaining in Barbados… More FHA TAX ALERT – Barbados 2016 Budget

‘Responsible Tax’ UK Parliamentary Lobby at Odds with OECD Tax Avoidance Package.

According to the UK All Party Parliamentary Group  on Responsible Tax (APPG),  which was formed on September 14, last year; and is headed by Labour MP,  Dame Margaret Hodge, ” the OECD’s action plan for tackling base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) has fallen short of creating the fair global system needed to combat global… More ‘Responsible Tax’ UK Parliamentary Lobby at Odds with OECD Tax Avoidance Package.

Just In: Switzerland Now ‘Largely Compliant’ with International Transparency Rules.

In 10 reports released today, by the OECD Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information, St. Lucia, Switzerland, Albania, Cameroon, Gabon, Pakistan and Senegal are all found ‘Largely Compliant with international tax transparency and exchange of information rules. The United Arab Emirates was found ‘Partially Compliant’ only. Both Ukraine and Liberia‘s legal and regulatory framework… More Just In: Switzerland Now ‘Largely Compliant’ with International Transparency Rules.

Six Things You Need to Know Now About The EU Common Blacklist.

One: As part of its tax avoidance agenda, the EU has proposed a new approach to deal with third countries that refuse to comply with tax good governance standards. The aim is to replace the current medley of national lists with a single EU list of third countries, which would result from a fair and objective… More Six Things You Need to Know Now About The EU Common Blacklist.

Will International Rules on Tax Information Exchange Fuel a Market for Stolen Tax-Payer Data?

  Switzerland looks to be one step closer to responding to requests for information based on stolen data once that data is in the public domain.  This is because the Swiss Federal Council has adopted a dispatch on certain proposed amendments to its Tax Administrative Assistance programme that will ease the rules on the use of… More Will International Rules on Tax Information Exchange Fuel a Market for Stolen Tax-Payer Data?