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Europa Tax Development (Tax developments or tax-related items report)

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Europa Tax Development (Tax developments or tax-related items report)

Europe

  • Switzerland: The Swiss Federal Supreme Court decided that a “group request” filed by the Netherlands, in seeking the identity of unnamed customers of a Swiss bank, was acceptable. The Dutch tax authorities used the group request to identify possible instances of tax avoidance by taxpayers with foreign bank accounts.
  • Belgium: It has been determined that the average return and the notional interest deduction rate will be 0.237% for assessment year 2018. For small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs), the rate will be 0.737%. These rates are still subject to official confirmation.
  • EU: The European Commission announced it is working to draw up a first common EU list of non-cooperative tax jurisdictions by presenting a pre-assessment (“scoreboard of indicators”) of all third countries according to key indicators.
  • Germany: The new double tax agreement with Japan will bring significant advantages to Japanese companies in Germany and future investors.
  • Poland: A new call for grants to fund research and development projects leading to the development of innovative solutions has been announced in Poland. The call for proposals will open between 3 October 2016 and 2 November 2016.

source:https://home.kpmg.com/xx/en/home/insights/2016/09/tnf-kpmg-week-in-tax-12-16-september-2016.html

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