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Belgium Publishes Plan to Address BEPS and Combat Tax Fraud

Belgium Publishes Plan to Address BEPS and Combat Tax Fraud

On December 3, 2015, the Belgian Minister of Finance published a policy note entitled the Plan to Combat the Tax Fraud (the Plan), which addresses Belgium’s potential implementation of the OECD BEPS Project recommendations issued on October 5, 2015. The goal of the Plan is to have coordinated, as opposed to unilateral, … Read More

Virtual Freight and Logistics Corridor (VFLC) – Logistics Simplified – Part 1

Virtual Freight and Logistics Corridor (VFLC) – Logistics Simplified – Part 1

Investments in transport infrastructure are maybe the most important single contributor to urban growth.  Related to this, transportation is also critical to the location decisions of international business. That is one reason why the development of a logistics hub – be it global or regional logistics hub or a specialized port city, airport city, warehousing … Read More

Buffalo Chip Campground is South Dakota’s Newest Town

Buffalo Chip Campground is South Dakota’s Newest Town

Indirect Tax, ONESOURCE January 28, 2016

Buffalo Chip, a longtime campground and site of numerous concerts and festivals each year, was unanimously voted by their community members to become South Dakota’s newest incorporated town.  Campground CEO, Rod Woodruff, intends to keep ‘business as usual’ within the new town, adopting already established ordinances from Meade County.  However, Sturgis, the closest city to Buffalo Chip … Read More

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Taxing the Cloud: Michigan Dept. of Treasury Changes Policy

As software has become less tangible, the application of sales and use taxes has become more complicated. Recently, Michigan’s Department of Treasury released a notice clarifying their policy regarding prewritten computer software delivered electronically after a Court of Appeals ruling on the issue.  See Auto-Owners Inc. Co. v. Dept. of Treas., 2015 WL 6473592 … Read More