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HM Revenue and Customs has made changes to the time limits for "making good" taxable benefits-in-kind. Read Full Story
New Zealand's Minister of Revenue, Judith Collins, has said legislation will be presented shortly to legislate for changes to employee tax reporting, with changes adopted that were suggested during the consultation process. Read Full Story
24 million people would no longer have subsidized health insurance by 2020 if the American Health Care Act is enacted in its current form, according to a new report from the Congressional Budget Office. Read Full Story
The Dutch Supreme Court has ruled that the national tax authority cannot use camera evidence to prove whether individuals have exceeded their company car mileage allowances and are therefore liable to pay more tax. Read Full Story
The US Internal Revenue Service has issued an urgent alert to all employers that the Form W-2, Wage and Tax Statements, email phishing scam is spreading from companies to other areas, including to schools, tribal organizations, and nonprofits. Read Full Story
In Revenue Procedure 2017-14, the Internal Revenue Service has released guidance on the requirements that US business entities must satisfy to maintain their certification as Professional Employer Organizations. Read Full Story
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation has released a report on the impact of the federal and provincial tax changes that will enter into force in the new year. Read Full Story
Hungary could follow up its recent decision to slash the rate of corporate tax with a similar tax cut on individual income, Economy Minister Mihaly Varga has suggested. Read Full Story
The US Congressional Task Force, which was asked this year to look at policies to stimulate future economic growth in Puerto Rico, has provided a final report, which includes recommendations on tax changes for both individuals and companies. Read Full Story
The Internal Revenue Service has released two new International Practice Units on payroll taxes payable by US citizens and resident aliens working abroad for a US employer, and on the requirement for the payment of those taxes by similar individuals who are self-employed. Read Full Story
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