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Harmonization of Corporate Taxes in the Ec (Ifa Congress Seminar Series , No 18a)

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taxation law,
  • Law,
  • Legal Reference / Law Profession,
  • Business & Economics / Public Finance,
  • International

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages108
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    Open LibraryOL12848558M
    ISBN 109065448799
    ISBN 109789065448798

    Important. News: From August 1, , the China Customs Commodity HS Code has been changed from the original digit HS code to the new digit HS code ; the first 8-digit is the Commodity HS code of "Import and Export Tariff of the People's Republic of China" ; 9, 10 digit are customs supervisory additional numbers, and are additional numbers for inspection and quarantine. Publications. Christiana HJI Panayi's SSRN page. Books. European Union Corporate Tax Law (Cambridge University Press); ISBN: (pp, excluding preliminaries). Review: “It is a comprehensive analysis of EU corporate tax law, demonstrating great knowledge and insight. It represents a great addition to existing literature and—this reviewer has no doubt—will soon become a. Cnossen, S. () Value-Added Taxes in Central and Eastern Europe: A Survey and Evaluation (Paris: European Commission and OECD). Cnossen, S. () “ What Rate Structure for Australia's GST?: The OECD Experience,” Tax Notes International, 18 (21): – The reason is that the combination of value added and corporate taxes in Europe are much higher (as a percent of sales) than corporate taxes in the United States. In mercantilist terms-looking only at the short-run and ignoring general equilibrium price and exchange rate effects-an origin system would appear to disadvantage European firms.

      The European Commission is currently preparing a proposal for a directive on the introduction of a common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB). This paper reviews the current state of the European Commission's preparation of the CCCTB proposal and discusses the implications for efficiency and fairness of the tax by:


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Harmonization of Corporate Taxes in the EC book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Harmonization of Corporate Taxes in the ECAuthor: International Fiscal Association. Harmonization of Corporate Taxes in the Ec: Proceedings of a Seminar Held in Florence, Italy, in During the 47th Congress of the International Fiscal Association: 18A (IFA Congress Series Set) [International Fiscal Association (Ifa)] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Other institutions, such as the EC Court, have an important role to play in the harmonization process, as the US federal experience suggests. The book concludes with a model for corporate tax harmonization which takes into account both economic theory and the realities of the political and legal process.

harmonization of tax base takes place and for the last, the tax rate is harmonized. Further, there can be defined certain levels of tax harmonization (Simon, ): • different taxes in all states • part of the taxes are common, some of the taxes are national – partial harmonization • same taxes in all countries.

This book aims to provide a complete overview of the fiscal aspects in connection with the increasing economic and monetary integration within the European Community. The harmonization of both indirect and direct taxes is discusses in-dept while relevant historical developments are also highlighted.

The proposal of the European Commission with regard to indirect taxes was based on a rather ambitious goal of tax harmonization. Though tax harmonization. The paper analyzes corporate tax harmonization process in EU as a specific case of standardization.

The theory of standardization could be helpful to Author: Jan Hunady. Tax harmonization is an integral part of completing the single European market. Expansion of the single market to the European Economic Area, and eventually to some Eastern European countries, suggests that the EC approach to tax harmonization will apply more broadly than origninally : INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND.

Harmonization of Corporate Taxes in the Ec book This is a list of the maximum potential tax rates around Europe for certain income brackets. It is focused on three types of taxes: corporate, individual, and value added taxes (VAT). It is not intended to represent the true tax burden to either the corporation or the individual in the listed country.

Tax harmonization is an integral part of completing the single European market. Expansion of the single market to the European Economic Area, and eventually to some Eastern European countries, suggests that the EC approach to tax harmonization will apply more broadly than origninally envisaged.

This study considers these issues and examines the case for harmonizing taxation of commodities and. At the same time, the EU Treaties (and previously the Economic European Community – EEC – Treaty and the European Community – EC – Treaty) have specifically addressed the need for harmonisation of domestic provisions on indirect taxation (t urnover tax and value added tax – VAT – excise duties and other indirect taxes) because of their.

The chapter discusses the base of the corporate income tax and summarizes the provisions of Polish law on corporate income tax with the draft common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB) directive. An analysis of tax revenues and tax costs with particular emphasis on revenue not constituting tax revenue and expenses is not considered tax deductibles.

The chapter involved conducting a survey Author: Jolanta Iwin-Garzyńska. With the implementation of free mobility of commodities and factor inputs, the EC Commission has stressed the need for tax harmonization.

The Commission has given top priority to harmonizing indirect taxes, since, at present, the administration of these taxes depends crucially on the existence of border controls, which are to be removed with the start-up of the internal market. "Corporate tax harmonization in the EU," CPB Discussion Paper rdf, CPB Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis.

Leon Bettendorf & Michael P. Devereux & Albert van der Horst & Simon Loretz & Ruud A. de Mooij, "Corporate tax harmonization in the EU," Working PapersOxford University Centre for Business Taxation. Basic Facts on Corporate Taxes in the EC Table presents basic facts about reliance on corporate income taxes in the EC.

Statutory rates vary from 10 percent in Bulgaria and Cyprus and percent in Ireland, to in Germany and percent in Italy. Statu-tory rates are substantially lower, on average, than in The un-Cited by: The EEC Reports on Tax Harmonization, Book II.

The FCC had to ‘study under what conditions tax frontiers can be eliminated within the Common Market or at least, reduced to an indispensable minimum’.

2 The Report of the FFC. The EEC Reports on Tax Harmonization, Book II, p. ec TAX REVIEW –3 EC TAX REVIEW /3. The list focuses on the main indicative types of taxes: corporate tax, individual income tax, and sales tax, including VAT and GST, but does not list capital gains tax.

Some other taxes (for instance property tax, substantial in many countries, such as the United States) and payroll tax are not shown here. contributes to the harmonization of taxes within the European Union. X Vol. 17 - Tax Transparency EC and International Tax Law Series With unique insights into international tax law, this series focuses on issues of interpretation of EC tax and treaty law.

X Vol. 17 - New Trends in the Definition of Permanent Establishment GREIT Series. This book is intended as a textbook for students reading tax law or EC law.

It offers a systematic survey of the tax implications of the EC Treaty and of European integration and of the EC tax harmonization policy, a discussion of the Community tax rules in force, and a Format: Hardcover, Abridged, Student Edition.

DG Taxation and Customs Union Taxation trends in the European Union 3 Preface Taxation is an important part of our lives. Tax policies have a major impact on businesses, the economy and ordinary citizens, and shape our public finances and public services. It is. European Commission: Proposal for a Council Directive on a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB), COM () /4, Brussels, Google Scholar European Commission: European Tax Survey, Working Paper 3/, Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Luxembourg, Author: Ulrich Schreiber.

Green Paper German-French harmonization corporation tax; a further step to a common tax base within the European Union 1 CCCTB On Ma the European Commission (“EC”) proposed a draft directive with regard to a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (“CCCTB”1) (the “Proposal”).

In case a corporation and its qualifying EU. Find Towards Corporate Tax Harmonization in the European Community, by Adolfo J. Martin Jimenez, ISBNpublished by Kluwer Law International fromthe World's Legal Bookshop.

Shipping in the UK is free. Competitive shipping rates world-wide. Since we’re on the topic of corporate tax rates and the European Commission, let’s shift from Brussels to Geneva and see an example of good tax policy in action.

Here are some excerpts from a Bloomberg report about how a Swiss canton is responding in the right way to an attack by the EC. 'Harmonization and Coordination of Corporate Taxes in the European Union', Carlo Garbarino, Issue 5/6, pp.

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– ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxxiii, pages ; 25 cm: Contents: Taxes in the EU treaties: harmonization bases --General EU law concepts and tax law --European tax harmonisation policy --The Community Customs Code --Value added tax: the recast VAT directive --Excises and energy taxation --Capital duty and the financial transaction tax --The parent.

The political setting is next taken into account, with common markets containing elements of both the ‘independent nation state’ and the ‘federal system’ models.

Finally, developments in tax harmonization within the European Community (EC) are briefly discussed within the paper’s theoretical by: The EATLP holds an annual congress which helps to achieve its goals of promoting academic teaching programmes on European, international, domestic and comparative taxation and contributing to the harmonization of taxes within the European Union.

The EATLP series covers the. Downloadable. For many years there have been political intentions to harmonize tax rates in Europe. As to capital income taxation, competition is often seen to be especially harmful.

Facing a high degree of international capital mobility, every country is expected to reduce its tax rate in order to attract new capital or not to lose capital allocated in the country ("race to the bottom").

Cnossen, Sijbren (), 'Harmonization of Indirect Taxes in the EC', British Tax Review. Cnossen, Sijbren (), 'Tax Coordination in the European Community: Introduction', in Cnossen, S. (ed.), Tax Coordination In The European Community, London: Kluwer Law And Taxation, Tax harmonization is an integral part of completing the single European market.

Expansion of the single market to the European Economic Area, and eventually to some Eastern European countries, suggests that the EC approach to tax harmonization will apply more broadly than origninally : INTERNATIONAL MONETARY FUND.

The EC favoured corporate tax harmonization in order to stem the perceived negative effects of tax competition: sub-optimally low tax rates and under-provision of public goods and services. on the one hand and the Council against the proposals on the other. Introduction This report will provide a brief history and background on the process of harmonization in the European Union with regards to the 2 methods it employed: Directives and IFRS adoption.

By providing a basis for which harmonization can be understood and why it is necessary, this report strives to elucidate the successes and failures of the methods. Borkowski, Susan C., Electronic Commerce, Transnational Taxation, and Transfer Pricing: Issues and Practices, 28 Int'l Tax J.

Borkowski, (). Borkowski, Susan C., Global Trading of Financial Instruments and Transfer Pricing: A Brief History and Explanatory Study, 29 Int'l Tax J.

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It includes a literature review of the study showing the reports and scholarly findings regarding the relationship between tax amendments and the application of financial accounting : Najim Abd Aliwie Al Karaawy, Qassim Mohammed Abdullah Al Baaj.

Structuring Corporate Capital Gains Tax System in the European Union – A Comparative Finnish Perspective Key words: taxation, international taxation, features of good tax systems, tax exemption, asset and book value of the asset in accounting.

Company Earnings before interest and taxes EC European Commission ECJ European Court of. This book provides a comprehensive in-depth analysis of the similarities and differences between consumption taxes and direct taxes.

Fifty contributions are included, written by academics, practitioners and representatives from several international tax administrations and institutions.

For example, if tax law permits bad-debt writeoffs of 5%, a company probably will book a 5% bad-debt writeoff to minimize taxes, even if actual bad-debt losses are less.

This creates a hidden reserve, which EC accountants generally accept because of the company's tax minimization objectives.Switzerland’s Federal Council submitted a corporate tax reform plan to the Swiss Parliament earlier this month that focuses on abolishing preferential tax treatment of holding and management companies while increasing preferential treatment of research and development (R&D) and intellectual property activities, implementing rules for the disclosure of reserves, and reworking the capital tax Author: David Dewhurst.Taxes are a first‐order determinant of firms' capital structure choices (Desai, Foley, and Hines ; MacKie‐Mason ; Titman and Wessels ).

In particular, by making interest payments deductible from the taxable base, standard corporate income tax systems confer an advantage to debt over by: 2.