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By Leo Peeters (Peeters Advocaten-Avocats)
Crowdfunding is a type of alternative business funding. Since the end of 2016, crowdfunding has had a legal framework in Belgium which recognises and defines it.
By David J. Alexander (Masuda Funai)
Important concepts need to be understood when it comes to leasing retail real estate in the United States, explains David J. Alexander of Masuda Funai, Alliott Group's law firm member in Chicago.
By KG Tan (Precursor)
When foreign companies set up in Singapore, the two most commonly used company incorporation types are the branch office or subsidiary company.
By Hunter Norton (Farkouh, Furman & Faccio LLP)
When specific U.S. tax payers choose to expatriate, they can face significant tax consequences and must also consider a number of other issues.
By Marie-Lise Swinne (Tax Consult, S.A.)
Belgium's Program Act has introduced a statutory transfer pricing documentation requirement for companies which applies from assessment year 2017.
By Bruce Militzok (Farkhouh, Furman & Faccio)
The right structure is vital to ensuring U.S. companies pay the right amount of tax on their worldwide profits, argues Bruce Militzok, partner at Farkhouh, Furman & Faccio in New York.
By Maurice Kruidenier (Borrie)
An international round table held at the Alliott Group's EMEA Regional Conference in Berlin enabled tax expert members to share insights into the incentives offered by their countries...
By Marie-Lise Swinne (Tax Consult, S.A.)
Complex, fast-changing global business models, the growth of the digital economy and the increasing number of companies with internationally mobile staff have combined...
By David Gibbs (Alliotts)
The creation of a global tax reporting network under the rules of the Common Report Standard ('CRS') is well under way.
By Pankaj Dave (B.M. Chatrath & Co)
The OECD's PoEM framework is being implemented in India to determine the residency of companies with global operations that may be using their residential status to avoid paying taxes in India.
By Alan M. Kaplan (Masuda Funai)
Under U.S. employment law, most companies avoid entering into an employment contract with the majority of their employees.
By Chris Blake (Hahn Loeser & Parks LLP)
Chris Blake, a member of the alliance's Global Mobility Services Group and a partner at Hahn Loeser in Cleveland, discusses the fundamentals of employment law in the U.S., including at-will employment.
By Jamie Towers (Hanrick Curran)
Australia's 2017/18 Federal Budget published on 9 May 2017 included a number of developments international companies, foreign investors and foreign residents need to be aware of.
By Pankaj Dave (B.M. Chatrath & Co)
Pankaj Dave, Senior Partner at B.M. Chatrath in India, explains that after a relatively dull 2016, India's M&A market is headed for some major action this year and is driving India's economic growth.
By Giles Brake
A Permanent Establishment (PE) problem can be triggered for companies and individuals unless the general principles of PE are understood.