Tax & Accounting Blog

Brazil Publishes Consultation on Implementation of Country-by-Country Reporting

Brazil Publishes Consultation on Implementation of Country-by-Country Reporting

On November 7, 2016, Brazil’s Ministry of Finance and the Brazilian IRS published Public Consultation RFB No.11/2016 to implement annual country-by-country (CbC) reporting in Brazil. See BEPS Action 13. The consultation runs from November 7 to November 21, 2016. The consultation says that if Brazil does not implement CbC reporting, then … Read More

Behind the Scenes: Working Globally

Behind the Scenes: Working Globally

Meet Sally Paul, director of development services and project management. She joined Thomson Reuters in 1996 as a technical writer, after stints in social work and academic publishing. In her 20 years with the company, she has worked in technical communications and project management, and was named to her current position in 2015. Solutions: What … Read More

10 Inspirational Thanksgiving Quotes to Fuel Your Holiday

10 Inspirational Thanksgiving Quotes to Fuel Your Holiday

Thanksgiving Day can be an emotional holiday. You may have a hilarious list of Thanksgiving quotes from prior family dinners that aren’t quite suitable for publishing. Those are memories you get to keep forever. But if you’re looking for a little help to make it through the day, here are 10 of my personal favorite inspirational Thanksgiving … Read More

Singapore: Transfer Pricing Administration – Form for Related Party Transactions

Singapore: Transfer Pricing Administration – Form for Related Party Transactions

On November 3, 2016, the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) said that, from Year of Assessment (YA) 2018, taxpayers must report certain details of related party transactions (RPT), if the value of RPT in the audited accounts for the financial year exceeds S$15,000,000. The Form for Reporting Related Party Transactions should be … Read More

How to Bridge the Generation Gap with Millennial Clients

How to Bridge the Generation Gap with Millennial Clients

In a world shaped by rapidly advancing technology, economic challenges and overwhelming student debt, millennials confront unique challenges in developing financial proficiency—especially when it comes to filing taxes. It’s also increasingly common for millennials to earn income through nontraditional means (ranging from social media profits to various contract and freelance jobs), which can further complicate … Read More