The European Commission has today issued a press release confirming their finding that Ireland, granted undue tax benefits of up to €13 billion to Apple. This is illegal under EU state aid rules, because it allowed Apple to pay substantially less tax than other businesses. Ireland must now recover the illegal aid. Commissioner Margrethe Vestager,… More Ireland Must Recover 13 Billion Euros in Illegal State Aid to Apple.
(Jane Ellison, Financial Secretary to the Treasury) Here is Why You Need to Know Now. Suppose: John Combos devises a tax avoidance scheme aimed at contractors and freelancers, requiring them to become employees of a special purpose employer and to receive money in the form of loans. A company is created to become the employer of… More Are You a Tax Avoidance ‘Enabler’?
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
FRANHENDY ATTORNEYS WEEKLY REPORT TAX Is Africa now being carved up by a complicated web of offshore accounts, tax havens and tricky paper trails? New research seems to suggest this is exactly what’s going on. Offshore companies connected to 44 of Africa’s 54 countries disturbingly appear in the Panama Papers leak. Over 1,400 companies in the… More What You May Have Missed This Week…
First a FATCA refresher: FATCA is the acronym for the provisions under the the US Foreign Account Tax compliance Act which became law in March 2010. FATCA targets tax non-compliance by U.S. taxpayers with foreign accounts. FATCA focuses on reporting by U.S. taxpayers about certain foreign financial accounts and offshore assets by foreign financial institutions about… More FATCA Update.
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