MT legal update: a global comparative guide to tax tribunals

Eversheds has produced a guide for businesses on the different ways of resolving tax disputes, wherever they may arise.

Businesses are receiving increased scrutiny of their cross-border supply and finance arrangements from local tax authorities keen to ensure that tax is paid at the appropriate amount in the local jurisdiction. Tech companies have often been very savvy as to tax-saving regimes. With this increased attention currently given to taxation, it is a good time to revisit your business’s approaches to tax and the potential of challenge in order to remain within the constraints of the system.

Increased scrutiny has led to increased challenges from tax authorities where similar business and operational structures may create potential tax disputes in a number of different jurisdictions…

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