San Marino is planning to introduce value-added tax by the end of this year, the International Monetary Fund has confirmed.Read Full Story
San Marino should introduce value-added tax as early as the end of the year to expand its tax base, the International Monetary Fund said in its Article IV report for the country.Read Full Story
The Swiss Federal Department of Finance has launched a consultation on the introduction of the automatic exchange of information in tax matters with a series of other countries. Read Full Story
The Canadian Government has asked for taxpayers' advice on the negotiation of a double tax avoidance agreement with San Marino. Read Full Story
The European Union and Monaco have signed a tax transparency agreement that will enable them to automatically exchange information on the financial accounts of each other's residents from 2018. Read Full Story
The International Monetary Fund has released its 2016 Article IV consultation report for San Marino and recommended that the territory should start to reduce its fiscal deficit, with the introduction of the proposed value-added tax being a policy priority.Read Full Story
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