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22/01/2019
VAT | Entry in force of the Dir­ect­ive re­gard­ing the...
24/12/2018
China Tax Reg­u­la­tion Up­date - Decem­ber 2018
The latest de­vel­op­ment in China Tax Reg­u­la­tion mainly in­cludes: Cai­guanshui [2018] No. 49, jointly re­leased by the Min­istry of Fin­ance, the State Ad­min­is­tra­tion of Tax­a­tion and the Gen­er­al Ad­min­is­tra­tion of Cus­toms Caishui [2018] No.
January 2019
VAT: Itali­an Elec­tron­ic in­voicing
21/12/2018
HM­RC pub­lishes guid­ance on tax­a­tion of cryptoasset hold­ers
On 19 Decem­ber 2018, HM Rev­en­ue & Cus­toms (“HM­RC”) pub­lished guid­ance on how in­di­vidu­als pos­sess­ing cryptoassets may be taxed (the “Guid­ance”). In par­tic­u­lar, the Guid­ance cov­ers: what crypo­as­sets are; which taxes ap­ply to in­di­vidu­als.
Daniel Gutmann
26/11/2018
With­hold­ing taxes : re­funds avail­able fol­low­ing a de­cision...
17/08/2018
Changes in the tax­a­tion of oil and gas com­pan­ies: a new tax on ad­di­tion­al...
On 19 Ju­ly 2018 Fed­er­al Law No. 199-FZ* (“Law”) came in­to force, which in­tro­duces a tax on ad­di­tion­al in­come from the ex­trac­tion of hy­dro­car­bon raw ma­ter­i­als (“Tax on Ad­di­tion­al In­come”) in Rus­sia.
23/11/2018
Brexit re­lo­ca­tions: The view from CMS France, Ger­many...
22/10/2018
Spain | Draft Budget Plan for 2019
27/09/2018
Fin­ance Bill for 2019 re­leased
27/09/2018
The Neth­er­lands: 2019 Tax Plan
August 2018
Sum­mer of sports 2018