Please enter your email address to receive a password reminder.
Log into Tax-News+
Trade association Retail Ireland has warned that the sector is cautious and uncertain about what the second half of the year will bring, and called on the Government to ease the tax burden on consumers and retailers. Read Full Story
South Korea and India are continuing to discuss enhancing their bilateral free trade agreement. Read Full Story
Business group Ibec has said that the Irish Government must "Brexit proof" its 2018 Budget, improve its foreign direct investment model, and implement a range of tax reforms to compete with the UK. Read Full Story
The United Arab Emirates' Ministry of Finance has confirmed that residential property will be exempt from the Gulf Cooperation Council value-added tax when it comes into force in January 2018, but that a five percent rate will apply on sales or leases of commercial property. Read Full Story
The Irish Government's inward investment agency has said that the country is continuing to attract foreign direct investment, and stressed that Ireland must remain competitive if it hopes to maintain its position of strength. Read Full Story
Swiss Federal Councillor Johann N Schneider-Ammann will this month travel to Russia, Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, and the US, with the aim of further developing Switzerland's bilateral trade relations with each country. Read Full Story
Almost half of British taxpayers would support higher taxes to fund increased public spending on health, education, and social benefits, the highest level for more than a decade, according to a survey by the National Centre for Social Research. Read Full Story
The Nevin Economic Research Institute has said that there is "no economic case" for the Irish Government to introduce tax cuts over the next three years. Read Full Story
The Australian Taxation Office has said that it is using real-time data to crack down on incorrect claims for work-related expenses this tax time. Read Full Story
The European Court of Justice has delivered a landmark ruling in the area of value-added tax. It has said games like the card game "bridge" is a sport for value-added tax purposes, even though players need not be physically active to participate. Read Full Story
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Wolters Kluwer TAA Limited has taken reasonable care in sourcing and presenting the information contained on this site, but accepts no responsibility for any financial or other loss or damage that may result from its use. In particular, users of the site are advised to take appropriate professional advice before committing themselves to involvement in offshore jurisdictions, offshore trusts or offshore investments.
All rights reserved. © 2017 Wolters Kluwer