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French Tax Update - Recent Case Law And Other Noteworthy Publications
Literally "not twice in the same," non bis in idem is basically a legal doctrine whereby no legal action can be initiated twice for the same course of action.
France
5 Feb 2016
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French Tax Update - Amending Finance Bill For 2015 And Noteworthy Q4 Case Law
The present French Tax Update contains (i) an overview of the main provisions proposed by the draft amending finance bill for 2015 (loi de finances rectificative pour 2015, 2015 Draft Amending Finance Bill)...
France
9 Dec 2015
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French Tax Update - Recently Published Noteworthy Publications
The present French Tax Update will focus on an overview of several noteworthy French tax court decisions issued during the past few months...
France
9 Nov 2015
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Double Tax Treaties – Ratification Update
The Amendment will enter into force on the first day of the month following the completion of the reciprocal notification process attached to its ratification in each of France and Luxembourg.
Worldwide
21 Aug 2015
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Corporate Tax Treatment Of Loans Between A French Head Office And A Non-French Branch
A French bank, acting from its head office, had advanced loans to various branches located in China, Philippines, India, Singapore, and Thailand.
France
3 Jun 2015
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French Tax Update - Noteworthy Tax Courts Decisions And Draft Macron Law
The present French Tax Update will focus on (i) certain noteworthy tax courts decisions issued in the last months of 2014 and in the first months of 2015, and (ii) the so-called projet de loi Macron.
France
18 Mar 2015
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Luxembourg–France Tax Treaty: Amendment Signed On September 5, 2014
On September 5, 2014, French Minister of Finance Michel Sapin and Luxembourgian Minister of Finance Pierre Gramegna signed an amendment to the France–Luxembourg Tax Treaty.
France
13 Oct 2014
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IRS Extends FBAR Filing Deadline For U.S. Investors In Offshore Investment Funds
As we reported recently, earlier this year representatives of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service ("IRS") indicated informally that U.S. investors in foreign private equity and hedge funds are required to report annually their fund interests on Form TD F 90-22.1, Report of Foreign Bank and Financial Accounts (an "FBAR").
United States
2 Sep 2009
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