Category: High Networth Individuals

7 Ways You’re Accidentally Committing Tax Fraud

Not every fraud artist is a sketchy identity thief or faux Nigerian prince from the dark corners of the internet. In fact, you might end up committing accidental tax fraud or accidental tax evasion yourself if you don’t pay careful attention during this tax season. ... - Continue reading

COVID-19 and tax treaties: the updated OECD guidance

The new situation has created questions about the application of the existing tax treaty rules. For example, new taxing rights over an employee’s income may arise in a jurisdiction if an employee changes work location because of the COVID-19 restrictions. ... - Continue reading

HMRC says 10% rise in UK tax evasion reports is due to whistleblowers

HMRC, the British government’s tax authority, has reported a 10% rise YoY in evasion probes – and says the increase is due to a surge in whistleblowers. Today’s figures, released by UHY Hacker Young, reveal 73,000 reports arising from whistleblowing, representing a 10% rise on the numbers for 2018-19.UHY Hacker… – Continue reading

Enhanced transfer pricing regime amidst the pandemic

Globally, the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic is requiring governments to design and implement strategies to cope with the deepening impact of the virus. They are introducing measures to cushion the blow from the economic downturn, such as drawing from reserves and intensifying tax collection efforts. As entire countries and… – Continue reading

Repatriation vows exceed NT$200bn

As of Thursday last week, the Ministry of Finance had received applications to repatriate NT$207.6 billion (US$7.03 billion) in overseas funds since a repatriation law took effect on Aug. 15 last year, the Liberty Times (the Taipei Times’ sister newspaper) reported on Saturday, citing Minister of Finance Su Jain-rong (蘇建榮). The amount would be NT$210 billion if applications filed on Friday were included, Su told a news conference in Taipei on Friday. ... - Continue reading