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Eversheds Sutherland Global Tax Digest - May 2017

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  • Tax planning and consultancy

11-05-2017

The Eversheds Sutherland Global Tax Brief is a collection of tax developments from our attorneys across the globe. We hope you enjoy this issue of the Brief and look forward to sharing more updates next month!

In this issue, you will find articles on the following:

  • Transfer certificate requirements for US nonresident aliens
  • Think twice: IRS finds costs associated with regulatory approval for corporate transactions may be deductible
  • Challenge fails to delay IRS disclosure requirement for “micro-captive” insurance companies
  • US executive order mandates review of tax regulations
  • IRS addresses retirement plans of related entities
  • US tax reform – the administration enters the fray
  • Arkansas does not apply US-Canada income tax treaty to state income tax
  • Italy: Law decree provides for tax litigation settlement
  • Irish revenue commissioners launch revised co-operative compliance framework
  • Germany: New decision holds that restructuring of related party debt is not taxable
  • Germany: New draft bill on requirements for documentation and recording of transactions with affiliates
  • “54 Septies” Form: The 5% fine for noncompliance with French filing duty could be declared unconstitutional
  • Eversheds Sutherland Attorney Spotlight
  • Upcoming US events

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