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E-Signature: The Missing Link
The savings that can be obtained with implementing an e-signature solution can be significant, particularly if your business is handling many documents.
United Arab Emirates
10 Jan 2013
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Curaçao’s Flexible Private Foundation Regime
One could be forgiven for not having noticed the dissolution of the Netherlands Antilles and the creation of two new countries in 2010: Curaçao and Sint Maarten.
Netherlands Antilles
27 Nov 2012
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Succession Clause In Dutch Inheritance Law Might Violate EU
In the Netherlands, corporate funds have been partly exempt from inheritance tax since the 'Successiewet' of 1956.
Netherlands
10 Oct 2012
4
Slow Tax News Season
Usually there are few legislative changes during the summer months. But football competitions have started and the law makers have returned.
Worldwide
10 Oct 2012
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FATCA Compliance Problematic For Bahamas And Panama
The Foreign Account Tax Compliancy Act, known as FATCA, is causing problems for banking jurisdictions such as Cayman Islands, Panama or the Bahamas.
Bahamas
10 Oct 2012
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India Is Slaughtering Its Golden Goose
Adriaan Struijk, probes the new tax legislation developments in India that may negatively affect its foreign direct investment potential.
India
23 May 2012
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Dutch Withholding Tax Regime Could Violate EU Regulations
Certain aspects of the Dutch withholding tax regime are violating EU law, concluded the Dutch court of appeal of ‘s Hertogenbosch.
European Union
1 May 2012
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Corporate Philanthropy: Defining CSR
What is understood by Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)? Companies showing CSR aim to take the impact of its actions on ‘stakeholders’, the environment and the society at large into account.
United Arab Emirates
7 Mar 2012
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Taxation Minimisation Options For Airline Personnel
Pilots and other airline crew have a distinct advantage over more ‘grounded’ people. I am not just referring here to the opportunity to travel all over the world, but rather to the possibility to reduce their taxes.
United Arab Emirates
2 Feb 2012
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Dubai: A Return To Normalcy
"Return to normalcy," the slogan with whichWarren Harding won the US presidential election after World War I, perhaps best describes Dubai today. Property and rental prices are reasonable now (you can find a four bedroom villa centrally located for €2000 a month), the taxis are plentiful, and the traffic jams are largely gone.
United Arab Emirates
2 Feb 2012
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Implementing Economic Substance Through RAK FTZ
Offshore tax planning isn’t as straightforward as it used to be.
United Arab Emirates
2 Feb 2012
12
The Dutch Cooperative Association In Tax Planning
The Dutch cooperative association (coop) is not a well-known tool in international tax structures.
European Union
1 Feb 2012
13
The Cyprus & UAE Tax Treaty
On January 1, 2012 the tax treaty between Cyprus and the UAE is set to come into effect.
United Arab Emirates
1 Feb 2012
14
The EU’s Move Towards Fiscal Union
Europe is the world's biggest economy. It is threatened, however, by bank and government debt defaults.
European Union
1 Feb 2012
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Tax Havens Defy Crisis
In good and in bad times, investments tend to be highest in countries with the least regulations and taxes.
Cyprus
 
15 Dec 2011
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Implementing Economic Substance Through RAK FT
Offshore tax planning isn't as straightforward as it used to be.
Cyprus
13 Dec 2011
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Greek Bankruptcy Good For Euro
Over the past month the Greek debt crisis has been putting quite some pressure on the rate of the Euro.
European Union
 
13 Dec 2011
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The Netherlands Presents Tax Plan 2012
Simplification of tax free brackets for sole proprietorship.
Netherlands
 
7 Dec 2011
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Second Passport Programs
Tax-planning is by nature an international business with players from all over the world offering all kinds of ways to reduce ones tax burden.
Cyprus
 
30 Nov 2011
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