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The purpose of this guidance note is to provide a framework for the application of modern compliance risk management principles to the management of tax compliance risks. It identifies and discusses the general principles found in both the identification and treatment of compliance risks within a wide variety of taxation jurisdictions. It provides information about the way in which treatment strategies influence the behaviour of
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The OECD has released an analytical study of transfer pricing issues in respect of employee stock option plans. This study was prepared by the OECD Secretariat and benefited from considerable input and detailed discussions from the Delegates to the Working Party No. 6 on the Taxation of Multinational Enterprises of the Committee on Fiscal Affairs. When developing this Study, the OECD Secretariat also received formal and informal input
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A revised discussion draft of Part 1 (General) for public comments. Written comments should be submitted no later than 28 September 2004.
OECD releases a revised discussion draft of Part I (General) for public comment on 3 August 2004 and provides progress report on Parts II-IV. Written comments should be submitted no later than 28 September 2004.
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The Committee on fiscal Affairs releases a report that identifies potential obstacles and provide a first analysis of the issues relating to consumption taxation of cross-border trade in services and intangibles.
Handbook Developing Partnerships with Non-OECD Economies
Section 1 General Information - 1.4. Organisation and Delivery
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Address by Hans Eichel, Federal Minister of Finance, at the opening of the OECD Global Forum on 3 June 2004 in Berlin (English).
Declaration made by Azerbaijan with respect to the Joint Council of Europe/OECD Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in Tax Matters.
The International Tax Dialogue (ITD) is a collaborative project of the European Commission (EC), Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), International Monetary Fund (IMF), Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), United Kingdom Department for International Development (UK-DFID) and World Bank Group to discuss tax matters.
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The purpose of this note is to encourage an appropriate level of accountability in electronic payment systems in a manner consistent with historical precedent so that taxpayers can continue to rely on data from these systems to substantiate their tax position.</