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The General Court (GC) of the European Union ruled in favour of Apple in the state aid case regarding Apple's Irish tax structure, annulling the 2016 decision of the European Commission (EC).
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The Austrian tax offices have to instantly decide on such applications.
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The aim of these possible changes is to lower the overall tax burden and to make the tax system more ecological.
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In early April 2019, the Austrian Federal Government published a draft of the Digital Tax Act 2020 which is currently under review.
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The double taxation treaty concluded between Austria and Germany contains a special provision deviating from the OECD Model Convention on the tax treatment of remunerations for employees living and working across the border ...
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Non-Austrian resident taxpayers deriving certain income from Austrian sources (e.g. dividends, royalties, consultancy fees for commercial and technical advice, leasing of personnel) are subject
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Austria imposes stamp duties on various transactions.
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The Austrian Ministry of Finance recently summarized the cases where residence certificates issued on non-Austrian forms will be accepted.
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Austria appears to have incorrectly applied a derogation in relation to the implementation of the interest limitation rule contained in the EU's Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive.
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Summer has already arrived - this means it's time for the next issue of our International Tax Newsletter. In this edition, we have included major updates from the CEE/SEE region.
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The OECD's Anti Base Erosion and Profit Shifting Initiative (BEPS) significantly affects current transfer pricing regimes regarding intangibles, documentation and dispute resolution.
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We hope you all enjoyed the summer time! Here in Vienna, summer is over, but the good news is that we are happy to announce the third issue of our International Tax Newsletter Austria
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The summer heat in Vienna has reached its climax, which means that we've arrived at the end of the second quarter.
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The Austrian authorities have requested information from the Swiss Federal Tax Administration on UBS account holders resident in Austria, to check if UBS clients fulfilled their tax obligations...
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The Austrian Ministry of Finance recently answered questions in areas of doubt regarding the procedure of country-by-country reporting (CbCR).
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The Federal Tax Court (Bundesfinanzgericht ) recently held that interest expenses incurred in connection with the acquisition of an affiliated company within a tax group are not tax-deductible.
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Recently, the Austrian Ministry of Finance published guidance on the automatic and spontaneous exchange of information on advance cross-border rulings and advance pricing arrangements.
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On 29 June 2016, the Austrian Supreme Administrative Court ruled that tax losses of foreign group members have to be calculated on the basis of an opening balance sheet set up...
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On 15 September 2016, the CJEU ruled in the Tobias McFadden case that a vendor offering an open free Wi-Fi network to the public cannot be held liable for copyright infringements...
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According to EU figures there are currently 2,000 tax disputes pending between Member States, and approximately 900 of them are over two years old.
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