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Scotland Should Get Increased Powers, Including Over Taxation, Commission Says 529 more words

When can I file my return?

For the income pertaining to a financial year (say, between 1st April 2013 and 31st March 2014), your tax returns should be filed before 31st July of that year. 122 more words


Tax incentives for investors

A number of Government approved investment schemes are available to encourage investment in unquoted trading companies and social enterprises. In this briefing we consider the tax incentives available to a qualifying investor of making and realising an investment in one of the available schemes. 56 more words

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EU Commission to take Spain to court over tax scheme for foreign dividends

The European Commission has decided to refer Spain to the Court of Justice of the European Union to ensure that the Spanish legislation on taxation of investments in non-resident companies complies with EU law. 187 more words


Taxation Rules in the E-Commerce Sector in India

The e-commerce sector in India is developing at a frenzied pace, currently estimated at $2.3 billion and slated to leap at $38 billion in the next five years. 719 more words

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Andrew Coyne: Returning to the fairness of the ‘a buck is a buck’ principle of taxation

It has been nearly 50 years since the Royal Commission on Taxation, chaired by Kenneth Carter, revolutionized Canadian thinking on taxation. It is to Carter, of course, that we owe the now seemingly common-sense idea the base of the income tax system should be, well, income: all income, from whatever source — “a buck is a buck,” in the famous catchphrase — without preference or exemptions. 970 more words

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White House veto threat ices plans to renew tax breaks

A White House veto threat appears to have put on ice a congressional effort to permanently renew a handful of tax breaks for businesses and individuals. 630 more words