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Low Income Taxpayer Clinics in the United States helped almost 20,000 taxpayers in disputes with the Internal Revenue Service in 2015, eliminating more than USD64m in tax liabilities, penalties, and interest. Read Full Story
The Australian Tax Office has updated its guidance for those non-resident businesses that make supplies of goods, services, or digital products to consumers or GST-registered businesses in Australia, with a couple of changes due to occur next year and a change last month. Read Full Story
The Australian Taxation Office has issued guidance on a new law that will apply the goods and services tax to international sales of services and digital products from July 1, 2017. Read Full Story
In its new Doing Business report, the World Bank singled out Spain for praise for tax system improvements implemented to make doing business easier in the nation. Read Full Story
Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey's 2015 Budget includes a company tax cut for small business, plans to tackle profit shifting, and proposals to expand the goods and services tax base. Read Full Story
Lawyers should be permitted to sign and endorse tax audit certificates and reports, the Bar Council of India has said. Read Full Story
While welcoming the announcement of plans to create the statute of student entrepreneur in France, Entrepreneurs Club President Guillaume Cairou insisted that the proposals do not go far enough, underlining the need to introduce employers' tax breaks to accompany the measures. Read Full Story
The UK Government has confirmed that its overseas territory, the Turks and Caicos Islands has abandoned plans for the introduction of a General Services Tax, which had been drawn up in lieu of the implementation of a value-added tax. Having discarded both a VAT, and the narrower GST, local authorities now intend to boost the tax-take by expanding the existing tax base. Read Full Story
It has been announced that the Hong Kong and Chinese governments have reached agreement on a further enhancement of their economic and trade co-operation and exchanges under the Mainland and Hong Kong Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement. Read Full Story
The Turks and Caicos Islands, a British overseas territory, has announced plans to introduce a General Services Tax on a broad range of services from October 1, 2013, to buoy revenues after local authorities rejected the UK Government's calls for the adoption of a value-added tax. Read Full Story
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