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The Israeli Ministry of Finance has published proposed significant amendments to the transfer pricing chapters of Israel's legislation for public consultation.
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Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act ("FATCA") and Common Reporting Standard ("CRS") reporting are becoming increasingly important in this challenging accounting era...
FHC overturns TAT judgment on the basis for computing balancing charge on petroleum assets.
Nigeria's tax and regulatory landscape experienced significant changes in 2020 largely due to the implementation of the Finance Act, 2019 and the impact of COVID-19 pandemic.
This article examines these conditions and evaluates the implication of the Finance Act 2019 and SEP Order on NRCs in Nigeria
"In business as in life, you don't get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate." - Karrass, Chester L.
The Federal Government of Nigeria ("FGN") has in the last two fiscal years reiterated and demonstrated its commitment to improve the ease of doing business by ensuring that the tax and fiscal laws are reviewed to reflect current economic realities.
On 13 January 2020, prior to the outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic, the Nigerian President signed the Finance Act, 2019.
Disputes are bound to arise between taxpayers and tax authorities often due to ambiguities or gaps in the tax laws and lack of clarity in tax administration.
Effective from 8 February 2021, Rwanda has a new law n° 006/2021 of 05/02/2021 on investment promotion and facilitation ("New Investment Code")
The 2021 budget speech, which was delivered by the Minister of Finance on 24 February, hit the right notes in preferring economic growth over raising taxes as a means to increase tax revenue.
Kristel van Rensburg, director in the Tax department discusses the tax on fuel and how the increase will impact consumers that are already struggling financially.
The reportable arrangement provisions are set out in sections 34 to 39 of the Tax Administration Act ("TAA"). In terms of section 37(1) of the TAA.
With the budget statement looming large, editor Evan Pickworth asks ENSafrica tax executive Kazi Mbangeleli whether an increase in the corporate tax rate to 30%, or in the VAT rate, is on the cards.
This was a Budget focused on big spending announcements and was heavily influenced by the need to shield citizens, businesses and the economy in general from the worst effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Below, please find issue 57 of ENSafrica's tax in brief, a snapshot of the latest tax developments in South Africa.
In his 2021 State of the Nation Address on 11 February 2021, President Cyril Ramaphosa proudly demonstrated how South Africa still remains an attractive investment destination...
South Africa's Minister of Finance, Tito Mboweni, is set to
deliver the 2021 budget speech on 24 February.
On 1 January 2021, Africa commenced trading under the preferences and rules that were negotiated and agreed upon under the African Continental Free Trade Area Agreement.
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This document outlines the Capital Gains Tax implications of transfer of properties in Zimbabwe with emphasis on exemption available between related parties.