Category: Poland

Polish Lower Chamber Approves Proposals on Tax Treatment of Foreign-Controlled Companies

June 30 — Poland’s Sejm, the lower house of parliament, June 26 approved proposals to introduce guidelines to distinguish a foreign-controlled company for tax purposes, and approved Poland’s agreement for the avoidance of double taxation with the United Arab Emirates, as well as its tax information exchange agreements with Bermuda,… – Continue reading

More Countries Agree to Help U.S. Crack Down on Tax Dodgers

The Treasury Department added 19 nations to its list of countries that have reached agreements with the U.S. on carrying out a far-reaching law aimed at preventing offshore tax dodging by American citizens. The Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service said the 19 nations – including Australia, Brazil, South Africa… – Continue reading

British Virgin Islands: BVI & Canada: Down To business – TIEA Now Effective

The Canada-BVI Tax Information Exchange Agreement (“TIEA”) came into force on 11 March 2014. The TIEA was signed in May 2013, and the effective date provisions are set out in Article 13 of the Agreement. The BVI is now party to 25 TIEAs. What are the benefits? The BVI/Canada TIEA is significant due… – Continue reading