The United States is not a participant in the OECD’s Common Reporting Standard

The Common Reporting Standard (“CRS”), as created and drafted by the OECD in 2014 pursuant to a meeting of the G-20 nations in Australia, calls for the automatic exchange of financial...

Tax Saving Schemes for Companies in Singapore

  Corporate Tax Rates Since 2010, all corporate income in Singapore is taxed at a rate of 17%, which though itself is very low, can be reduced even further if companies take advantage...

Tax Exemption in Afghanistan

The Income Tax Law of Afghanistan in its article one hundred and eleventh provides the subject of conflict of its provisions with international treaties and agreements, which are executed between the Afghan...

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The evolution of the global market has in recent years triggered a process of natural selection of businesses, causing companies to emerge which have shown they have the fundamental requirements for embarking...

Common Reporting Standard influencing Investors Decision?

 The USA & Common Reporting Standard  The USA has long been a business and tax friendly haven for foreign investors despite many competitor jurisdictions for investment funding. In addition, there were some...

News – Book keeping obligations in Spain

The Spanish government has issued a report with new requirements for the bookkeeping and legalization of company books for Spanish companies which took effect for the fiscal year 2014. The report highlights...

Malta Tax Refund System: 6/7ths Refund

The Malta tax refund system includes a particular scheme called the 6/7ths refund. This scheme results in an effective tax rate of just 5%. It is 100% legal and has been...

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