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4 Types of Questions That Will Make a Splash Cultivating Relationships With Prospects via Email

4 Types of Questions That Will Make a Splash Cultivating Relationships With Prospects via Email

Understanding your clients’ needs is crucial to tailoring your products so they’re getting the most effective solutions but it can be challenging to ask the right questions. Jumping in feet first by asking the right questions can make a big splash. Here are four types of questions to ask when cultivating relationships with prospects. Reflective, … Read More

Denmark Issues Proposals to Implement EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directives

Denmark Issues Proposals to Implement EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directives

On May 31, 2018, the Denmark Ministry of Taxation issued draft proposals to implement provisions of the EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (“ATAD 1”) (e.g., EU Directive 2016/1164). The proposals would also implement Directive 2017/952, which amends Directive 2016/1164 with respect to hybrid mismatches with third countries (“ATAD 2”). Denmark proposes to implement … Read More

Trump Grants Another Pardon as U.S. Commerce Department and ZTE Reach Agreement Reversing Ban

Trump Grants Another Pardon as U.S. Commerce Department and ZTE Reach Agreement Reversing Ban

Part 2 of article: ZTE, President Trump, and the Elephant in the Room: https://tax.thomsonreuters.com/blog/onesource/zte-president-trump-and-the-elephant-in-the-room/   On June 7, 2018 the U.S. and ZTE agreed to a deal allowing ZTE, the Chinese Telecom company, to stay in business.  Part of this deal is to reverse the ban placed on U.S. companies prohibiting them in selling … Read More

RSM’s Ramon Camacho and Ayana Martinez on U.S. TCJA Implications

RSM’s Ramon Camacho and Ayana Martinez on U.S. TCJA Implications

Ramon Camacho is an international tax principal in RSM’s Washington National Tax office. He advises clients on a host of international tax and capital markets issues, including tax planning and compliance, due diligence and documentation initiatives, restructurings, and tax controversy (including tax shelters). Prior to joining RSM in 2012, Ramon spent almost 20 years serving … Read More