Mounting pressures on tax authorities to generate increased tax revenues have led to more aggressive implementation of tax laws and procedures in resolving tax disputes around the world. Taxpayers must stay informed of these changes and other global tax developments that may impact their global tax risk management, including their tax-planning decisions.
In This Issue:
Privilege in the Context of a Multijurisdictional Taxpayer
Binding Tax Rulings System in Poland—A Case Study
On Tax Controversy in Hungary
Tax Pitfalls Arising from Collaterals in the Company Group
New Control and Penalty Provisions against Fraud
International Exchange of Information—General Framework and Practical Use
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