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Tax advice: Thinking globally, acting locally

Proper tax advice is a vital component of company success. Frequent legislative changes make it far from easy to secure an informed overview, which will certainly demand a high degree of flexibility and a lot of know-how. PwC's tax experts can assist with all your emerging tax issues. Our services range from the development and implementation of efficient tax structures to advice on sales tax and customs issues.

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What happens when the taxman gets superpowers?

What happens when the taxman gets superpowers?

Digitalisation meets tax authority: in a new white paper we explain why the corporate world should be preparing now for the imminent digitalisation of tax authorities. Companies will have to make extra efforts to get their tax capabilities quickly on the same data-driven level at which the authorities will be operating soon.

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Comparison of Tax Proposal 17 measures between Federal Council dispatch and Council of States

Comparison of Tax Proposal 17 measures between Federal Council dispatch and Council of States

On 7 June 2018, the Council of States discussed details about the Tax Proposal 17 measures, confirming the proposed changes of the WAK-S. Recently, the WAK-S had unanimously agreed on an overall concept which differs in several points from the dispatch on the draft law bill published by the Federal Council on 21 March 2018.

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CJEU judgment: Transactions not concluded at arm's length may be in line with EU law

CJEU judgment: Transactions not concluded at arm's length may be in line with EU law

On 31 May 2018, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) issued its judgment in Hornbach-Baumarkt (C-382/16). The case refers to German transfer pricing rules applying to transactions with foreign related parties and which do not provide the possibility for taxpayers to prove the existence of commercial reasons in case they conclude transactions not at arm's length terms.

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Dieter Wirth

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