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Netherlands Addresses Parliament Concerns over Tax Rulings

Netherlands Addresses Parliament Concerns over Tax Rulings

On April 14, 2017, the Dutch Finance Secretary wrote a letter to Parliament, the Annex of which addresses Parliament’s questions and concerns over the Netherlands advance pricing agreement (APA) / advance tax ruling (ATR) practice (the “Rulings”). On December 29, 2016, the Netherlands published the Law of December 21, … Read More

How will our innovative software support California’s Riverside County?

How will our innovative software support California’s Riverside County?

By William Pleake Senior Manager, Thomson Reuters Tax & Accounting/Government – Product Management USA A lot of buzz words fly around nowadays that sound like great concepts and, in general, are things we can all nod our heads about and agree we want to encourage in our teams – things like collaboration, design inspiration and … Read More

India Introduces Interest Deduction Limitation Rules in Finance Act 2017

India Introduces Interest Deduction Limitation Rules in Finance Act 2017

On March 31, 2017, India enacted Finance Act 2017, which introduces measures in Clause 43 to limit interest expense deductions on related-party debts to 30% of the debtors (Indian company or an Indian permanent establishment (PE) of a foreign company) earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA), or 30% of interest paid … Read More

What It Means to Japan Now That the U.S. Is No Longer Participating In the TPP

What It Means to Japan Now That the U.S. Is No Longer Participating In the TPP

The official announcement, January 20, 2017, from the U.S. President regarding separation as a member of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) was an unexpected outcome for most industries in Japan.  Japan had much to gain with the U.S. on this agreement and had been looking to establish new processes and procedures based on the … Read More