Phelippe Toledo Pires de Oliveira of the Office of the Attorney General for the National Treasury looks at a recent initiative by the Brazilian tax administration to resolve a longstanding dispute with taxpayers, and explains the requirements to qualify for the newly announced tax settlement agreement.
Nations of the Middle East and North Africa region are not only introducing an array of business incentives, they are also in many cases introducing new corporate, value-added tax or similar taxes. Ahmed Al-Esry of EY provides an overview of the economic and tax developments and the opportunities and challenges for business investors, in the latest article in the IN FOCUS series.
TurboTax’s groundbreaking free do-it-yourself offer for simple tax returns forced competitors to level up, says DiGo’s Mark DiMassimo, but its most recent advertising campaign theme has caught the FTC’s eye. Now the FTC is suing TurboTax, which could face tens of millions of dollars in fees and fines.
Eric Chaimowitz is a senior tax manager and shareholder at Truepoint Wealth Counsel. In his practice, he helps high net worth individuals, trusts and estates, and small businesses navigate the tax code. A former computer programmer, he sees parallels between the tax code and computer code—both are puzzles that needs to be solved.
Williams & Connolly LLP has appointed Adrienne Van Winkle as co-chair of the tax controversy practice, the law firm said Friday.
Frettens announced that James Hammersley will head up the wills, tax and trusts team in the Christchurch office, according to the law firm Wednesday.
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