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The Irish Parliament's arts committee has recommended the introduction of a "foreign artists' withholding tax scheme." Read Full Story
With the April 18 tax filing deadline almost a month away, the US Internal Revenue Service has reminded taxpayers to ensure the security of their personal, financial, and tax information. Read Full Story
The one percent hikes to Cyprus's headline and intermediate value-added tax rates took effect on January 13, 2014. Read Full Story
In a speech to copyright owners, users, publishers and universities, looking at how digital technology and copyright can fit together, Neelie Kroes, Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for the European Union’s Digital Agenda, launched an initiative called "Licences for Europe." Read Full Story
Guernsey’s world-first image rights register is attracting significant interest from the UK and beyond, reports Guernsey Finance - the promotional agency for the island's financial services industry. Read Full Story
On December 5, 2012, the European Commission held an orientation debate on copyright in the digital economy, and agreed to launch a stakeholder dialogue on immediate issues for action and to study other medium-term issues for decision-making in 2014. Read Full Story
The world's first image rights legislation, The Image Rights (Bailiwick of Guernsey) Ordinance, 2012, is to enter into force on December 3, 2012, following approval by Guernsey's legislative assembly, the States, on November 28, 2012. Read Full Story
On the recommendation of the finance committee, the German Bundestag, or lower house of parliament, recently adopted the government’s bill pertaining to double taxation agreements concluded with Luxembourg, the Netherlands and Liechtenstein. Read Full Story
Determined to ensure that the measure does not lead to a massive exodus of top executives, the French government reportedly now plans to soften conditions for its 75% tax on top earners, although the final decisions have not as yet been made. Read Full Story
French Budget Minister Jérôme Cahuzac has insisted that a rise in the general social contribution will not be included in the country’s 2013 state budget, despite the fact that the Court of Auditors recently warned that EUR33bn (USD40.5bn) in new fiscal revenues is needed next year. Read Full Story
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