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In the embattled ride-sharing app's latest tax skirmish, Uber is being sued in the UK in relation to potential VAT underpayment. Read Full Story
HM Revenue and Customs must do more to support disabled people to manage their tax affairs if the Government's drive to halve the disability employment gap is to succeed, say campaigners. Read Full Story
The Polish Government has decided not to proceed with a proposal to restructure the tax regime for self-employed taxpayers. Read Full Story
Italy's 2017 Budget, including its business tax cuts, received parliamentary approval on December 7, becoming the final act of Premier Matteo Renzi's Government before his resignation following the adverse referendum result. Read Full Story
The Australian Government has said that it will publish legislation to further lower the proposed backpacker tax rate to 15 percent. 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
Italian businesses and individuals will be required to pay a total of EUR55.3bn (USD61.7bn) in various taxes by the end of November, CGIA of Mestre, the Italian association of sole traders and small businesses, said. Read Full Story
In a press conference on October 15, following approval by the Government of the draft Italian 2017 Budget, Premier Matteo Renzi announced that it contains the promised business tax cuts, and underlined that "tax burdens continue to go down." Read Full Story
South Korea's underground economy was an annual average of 10.89 percent of the country's gross domestic product, or around KRW161 trillion, in the period 1995-2014 (USD143.7bn), according to a new study by Kim Jong-hee, a professor at Chonbuk National University. Read Full Story
There was a 7.4 percent rise in income reported to the US Internal Revenue Service in 2014, as the number of federal individual income tax returns filed also grew that year, new data shows. Read Full Story
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