Overview Of The Implementation Of Anti-Hybrid Rules In Response To ATAD II
Tue 27 Oct 2020 | The EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directives (ATAD I and II) required member states to introduce a number of domestic anti-abuse provisions including anti-hybrid rules broadly in line with the OECD recommendations. Most of the anti-hybrid rules needed to be implemented into domestic law by 1 January 2020. What could the implementation of these measures mean for transactions and arrangements undertaken by your organisation?
US Tax Policy: 2020 Election Update And 2021 Preview
Wed 28 Oct 2020 | With the 2020 US presidential and congressional elections taking place in November, tax policy developments in Washington are expected to have wide-reaching implications, not just in the US. How might the potential changes affect your organisation?
EU Mandatory Disclosure Regime (DAC6) – Pre-flight Checks
Wed 4 Nov 2020 | The sixth version of the EU Directive on administrative cooperation (DAC6) implements new mandatory disclosure rules for EU intermediaries and taxpayers in relation to certain arrangements. Reporting is live in some EU Member States with the majority coming on stream from January 2021. Deferrals in the timeline have afforded brief respite but the timeline for compliance is still very short. What preparations should your organisation have in place?
Brexit: Tax Readiness [On demand]
(Aired 17 Sep 2020) With the end of the transition period less than four months away, we’ll provide a recap of recent political developments, discuss key tax technical considerations, and share practical tips on preparing for the changes ahead. What are the key actions to prepare for the customs and tax changes from 1 January 2021?
Brexit – Tax Developments [On demand]
(Aired 2 Jul 2020) The transition period is set to end on 31 December 2020. A number of tax changes will then arise as a result of the UK leaving the EU Single Market and Customs Union. We’ll provide a recap of recent political developments and discuss key tax technical considerations as businesses re-assess and re-engage with Brexit planning in the post COVID-19 environment. What steps can your organisation take now to prepare for the tax changes?