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From next year, you could face tax penalties under the rules of the ACA if you fail to offer healthcare coverage to your full-time employees and their dependents.
The law of Ukraine ?1166-VII introduces some notable changes to the Ukrainian tax code and other laws.
Australian businesses supplying electronic, telecoms and broadcasting services need to be aware of changes to EU VAT rules
These changes will apply in relation to a number of e-commerce services, to the extent the services are supplied to a non-VAT registered consumer...
Bitcoin is property, not currency, IRS says — notice leaves many open questions about convertible virtual currencies
The IRS has joined several other jurisdictions in publishing guidance regarding the income tax consequences of certain convertible virtual currency transactions.
The High Court awarded Littlewoods Retail compound interest on sums of overpaid VAT that had originally been reimbursed to it by HMRC with simple interest.
The Dutch Supreme Court has given its judgment in two landmark cases regarding the classification of hybrid finance instruments.
DLA Piper sets out a summary of key items of interest announced in the Budget relating to businesses, corporate and finance taxation and real-estate taxation.
Starting 1 January 2014, the tax treatment of debt restructuring modifies both Spain’s Corporate Income Tax Law and its stamp-duty regulations.
Singapore’s government has proposed enhanced incentives intended to support business transformation and upgrading, in particular for SMEs.
The anonymous nature of Bitcoin payments has caught the attention of tax authorities and other regulators, both in Australia and overseas.
The US Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service have released the ‘last substantial package of regulations’ necessary to implement FATCA.
DLA Piper has advised Oakley Capital Private Equity and its fund OCPE II Master LP on the acquisition of a majority stake in NTG.
Move towards a Chinese FATCA? Enhanced reporting requirements for PRC residents on foreign assets and transactions
The PRC State Council has released the revised reporting requirements for ‘PRC residents’ in relation to their cross-border receipts and payments.
DLA Piper has advised Australian real-estate owner and manager Investa Property Group on its acquisition of a 50 per cent stake in Piccadilly Centre in Sydney’s CBD.
DLA Piper has advised Tilad, a multi-family office based in the Gulf region, on the acquisition of the BMW Logistics Centre in Niederaichbach near Munich.
New York’s highest court narrows class of statutory residents — good news for some out-of-state owners of residential property
The New York Court of Appeals has made an important ruling on what qualifies a person to be classed as a statutory resident of New York.
DLA Piper has appointed Richard Hopkinson-Woolley, Laurence Rogers and Neville Wright to its real-estate team. The three partners join the firm from BLP.
House Ways and Means Committee chairman Dave Camp this week introduced a draft of the most comprehensive reform of the Internal Revenue Code in decades.
Svitlana Musienko, partner and head of tax at DLA Piper in Ukraine, has been re-elected as a board member of the IFA in Ukraine for the third time in a row.
The overlap of Australia’s new transfer pricing laws with the thin capitalisation rules is causing challenges and likely duplication of analysis for taxpayers.