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Transfer Pricing In Luxembourg: What To Consider When Restructuring
Business restructurings are normally associated with a transfer of functions, risks, or assets between the entities of a group—and that means transfer pricing consequences.
Luxembourg
10 Jul 2019
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Brexit And Asset Management: The Luxembourg Transfer Pricing Perspective
The asset management industry in the United Kingdom is the one of the biggest in the world, while Luxembourg is often cited as a key jurisdiction ...
Luxembourg
3 Apr 2019
3
Would The Digital Services Tax Do More Harm Than Good?
On 21 March 2018, the EU Commission presented two Proposals for Council Directives specifically targeting the digital economy.
Luxembourg
2 Jan 2019
4
Common Questions About The Impatriate Tax Regime, Answered
In 2014, a tax circular became effective in Luxembourg, aiming to attract skilled employees to the country.
Luxembourg
6 Oct 2018
5
Tax And Social Security For Cross-Border Commuters/Home-Workers
Luxembourg has more than 190,000 cross-border commuters, most of whom live in Belgium, France, or Germany.
Luxembourg
15 Aug 2018
6
IFRIC 23 To Clarify Grey Areas In Income Tax
Unclear tax treatments are headaches for any executive, but for accountants they are especially annoying: this is because varying treatments mean varying accounting
Luxembourg
8 Aug 2018
7
More Tax Facts On Luxembourg—And Why It's The Place To Be
Luxembourg has a lot to offer in a lot of areas. Its capital city is charming, its countryside idyllic.
Luxembourg
30 May 2018
8
IFRS Issuers With Operations In The US: Have You Revised Your Estimates?
Tax changes in the US are felt in many places around the world, and the recent tax update across the pond, passed in late 2017, is no exception.
Luxembourg
25 Jan 2018
9
Five Myths About The 183-Day Rule
As a global mobility tax advisor I often hear comments like I am not taxable in country A as long as I stay for fewer than 183 days. Another common one is I am being paid from Country A, so I am not taxable in Country B.
Luxembourg
8 Sep 2017
10
Tax Facts About Luxembourg From A Recent Arrival (Video)
Last year, a Flemish TV show did a great spoof on Luxembourg, titled What if everybody forgot about Luxembourg? (see below with subtitles).
Luxembourg
9 Jun 2017
11
Investment Fund Managers Prepare For German Tax Reform
As Luxemburg is a hub for asset servicing and asset managers in Europe, the upcoming reform in German investment tax will necessitate a fundamentally new set up here in the Grand Duchy.
Luxembourg
7 Apr 2017
12
Luxembourg's New Transfer Pricing Rules: Some Compliance Required!
On 22 December 2016 the Luxembourg Parliament passed article 56bis of the Luxembourg Income Tax Law (LITL).
Luxembourg
27 Feb 2017
13
Goodbye, Annual Tax Returns… Hello, Blockchain
A blockchain (also called distributed ledger technology or DLT) is essentially a permanent and immutable record of transactions – in real time – within a network.
Luxembourg
30 Jan 2017
14
Deadlines And Credits: Four Tax Tips To Check Out Before 2017
It's the final article in our series about important tax tips to think about before 2016 is over.
Luxembourg
4 Jan 2017
15
Four Tax Deductions You May Be Forgetting About
Are you aware that any contributions you've made to qualifying home saving and loan schemes are tax-deductible on your 2016 Luxembourg individual income tax return?
Luxembourg
21 Dec 2016
16
Four Tax Must-Remembers For December
Welcome to Part II of our tax advent calendar—one tax tip each day this December! (OK, forgive us if we're nerds, but we love tax matters. And we know tax matters).
Luxembourg
9 Dec 2016
17
The Law On The Reserved Alternative Investment Fund (RAIF) Adopted By The ‘Chambre Des Députés'
On 14 July 2016, the draft bill n°6929 creating a new Luxembourg fund structure called the Reserved Alternative Investment Fund (RAIF).
Luxembourg
15 Nov 2016
18
Taxation Of Individuals
Progressive tax rates ranging from 0% to 42.8% apply to taxable income not exceeding €150,000 (€300,000 for couples taxed jointly).
Luxembourg
31 May 2016
19
OECD And EU Race Ahead In Tax Matters With A Flawed Plan
The two most influential people in international tax matters are the head of Tax Affairs at the OECD, Pascal Saint-Amans, and the EU Tax Commissioner, Pierre Moscovici.
Luxembourg
24 May 2016
20
Luxembourg Tax Alert 2016-09
On 26 April 2016, Prime Minister Xavier Bettel delivered his State of the Nation speech, during which he highlighted some of the proposed changes to the Luxembourg tax system to be implemented in 2017.
Luxembourg
29 Apr 2016
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