Tax & Accounting Blog

France Publishes Legislation Proposing to Introduce Public Country-by-Country Reporting

France Publishes Legislation Proposing to Introduce Public Country-by-Country Reporting

On November 8, 2016, France published the transparency and anti-corruption bill (Law No. 830). See also corresponding Explanatory Report. A key measure included in the bill is the proposed adoption of public country-by-country (CbC) reporting. See BEPS Action 13. Companies that prepare consolidated accounts with turnover of at least … Read More

Germany Implements Automatic Exchange of CbC Reporting Information

Germany Implements Automatic Exchange of CbC Reporting Information

While Germany has not yet adopted the country-by-country (CbC) reporting proposals that the Ministry of Finance (MOF) sent to Parliament for consideration on July 13, 2016, on October 25, 2016, Germany published legislation in the official gazette that  the MOF issued on April 12, 2016.  The legislation implements the OECD Multilateral … Read More

South Africa Increases Transfer Pricing Documentation Requirements

South Africa Increases Transfer Pricing Documentation Requirements

On October 28, 2016, the South Africa Revenue Service (SARS) issued Notice No. 1334 concerning additional transfer pricing documentation requirements, under Section 29 of the Tax Administration Act, for South African companies with cross-border related-party transactions that exceed R 100 million each year in the aggregate. If the threshold is met, the additional … Read More

Holiday Transaction Volumes & Your Tax Determination System

Holiday Transaction Volumes & Your Tax Determination System

We’ve discussed the importance of knowing your products, your customers and your tax reach.  We have also examined the challenges with taxing shipping and freight.  Now it is time to make sure that your tax determination systems can support all of the holiday transaction volumes. Ensuring you have the right infrastructure in … Read More