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Multinational companies, which make billions of pounds in developing countries each year, apply tax avoidance is part and parcel of the way they invest in developing countries. The OECD, appointed by rich nations as the global centre of the fight against tax dodging, estimates that Africa loses several times more revenue to tax havens than [...]
by Prof. William Byrnes. Associate Dean International Tax & Financial Services, Thomas Jefferson School of Law, San Diego, California (USA) Prof. William Byrnes delivered this paper at the South African Institute of Tax Practitioners’ Annual Tax Conference on 13 October 2010. Survey Topics Qualified Intermediary Regime (before and after UBS) (QI); Foreign Account Tax Compliance [...]
TRM™ is pleased to announce that it successfully represented one of the largest mining groups in the world in an urgent application again SARS in terms of which application the taxpayer sought an interdict against SARS blocking it from issuing quick revised assessments just before the prescription of the statute the three-year term under circumstances [...]
TRM™ announces that it is involved in advising a major multinational in a transfer pricing audit taking place in Kenya. The key documentation to transfer pricing in Kenya includes reference to articles 2(4) and 47 of the Kenyan Constitution, read together with the Income Tax Transfer Pricing Rules, 2006, and section 18 of the Kenyan [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Johannesburg, South Africa – July 27, 2010 – SARS LBC launches NEW special project on PAYE audits. SARS LBC has launched a special project targeting all LBC clients country wide, due to staffing restraints, all LBC offices and all sectors with PAYE specialists are involved in the project, thus you may receive [...]
“The percentage of Americans’ income originating from foreign sources doubled between 2001 and 2006.”
Effect of claim of nonresident alien status for income tax purposes upon prior lawful admission for permanent residence. Under the Internal Revenue laws and regulations, aliens are classified for income tax purposes as “resident aliens” or as “nonresident aliens.” Resident aliens are, in general, taxed the same as United States citizens.
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