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CBCR: Why Such Reporting, By Whom, When, What Are the Difficulties and Benefits

CbCR (Country by Country Report) is one of the recent amendment which has created a lot of hue and cry in the industry, hence here in this article the author will provide the basic concepts related to CbC reporting for all the Chartered Accountants. ...

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OECD’s Unified Approach on Pillar One to Address the Challenges Arising from Digitalization of Economy: A Critical Analysis

This article provides a comprehensive summary of the efforts undertaken by OECD in addressing the issues relating to the Tax Challenges Arising from the Digitalisation of the Economy. The article then discusses the intricacies of the proposed Unified Approach issued by OECD Secretariat and endorsed by the OECD Inclusive Framework on Base ...

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Mutual Agreement Procedure (MAP)

The mutual agreement procedure is a well-established means through which tax administrations consult to resolve disputes regarding the application of double tax conventions. This procedure, described and authorized by Article 25 of the OECD Model Tax Convention, can be used to eliminate double taxation that could arise from a transfer pri...

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Are Tax Havens good for Developing Economies?

A tax haven is a country where taxes are levied at extremely low rates. One country’s tax laws and rules can have an effect on other countries and their economies. Most multinationals operating in developing countries use tax havens. These tax havens often prove to be a way for multinational companies to avoid taxes. More […]...

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OECD’s Multilateral Instrument and its impact on BEPS

One of the biggest problems in today’s international tax regime is the loss of billions of global corporate income tax revenues through the use of legal tax avoidance strategies. ‘Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) is a phrase commonly used to refer to tax avoidance strategies that taxpayers use to shift their profits from hi...

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Using the Most Favoured Nation (‘MFN’) clause for better cash flows

Everyone is conversant with the proverb ‘Old wine in new bottles‘.  On similar lines, the Finance Act, 2020 shifts the incidence of taxation of dividends in the hands of shareholders by abolishing the DDT regime.  Under the new regime (effective 1 April 2020), the dividends earned by foreign shareholders are usually subject ...

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OECD Project to Tax Digital Economy: At the Brink of Collapse?

Last two years have witnessed a large-scale collaborative effort by the international community, under the umbrella of the OECD, towards finding a consensus-based solution for the problem of taxation within the digitalized economy....

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CBDT Clarification on Tax Residency – A Scope for New Interpretation

As per the OECD Convention Model, 2017 the term resident of a country means any person who, under his native country is liable to tax therein by reason of his domicile, residence or place of effective management. Due to COVID-19, if an individual is present in a jurisdiction for a considerable amount of time, it […]...

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Amendment in MAP Rules -A taxpayer’s tool reinvented

Mutual Agreements Procedure (MAP) is a model or mechanism available to taxpayers to resolve disputes that have arisen due to double taxation. When two countries enter into an agreement to avoid double taxation, it gives a clear pathway to the concerned authorities under MAP in those particular jurisdictions....

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‘Make Available Clause’ & ‘Most Favoured Nation’ Clause & Interplay

The issue of interpretation of agreements for avoidance for double taxation [AADT / DTAA / tax treaty] has always been ongoing. More particularly when it involves importing the meaning of any expressions from the interpretation adopted for any other tax treaty. India has signed tax treaties with various countries out of which certain DTAA...

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