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The OECD’s Committee on Fiscal Affairs (CFA) approved two notes arising from work to develop a set of guidance on business accounting system data requirements for tax audit purposes, and associated practical implementation issues for software developers.
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The growth of e-services is presenting many opportunities and challenges to revenue authorities. The initial response by many revenue authorities has centred on the provision of e-filing solutions for the various tax types administered. However, increasingly, both customers and Governments expect more comprehensive e-services that match the best of the commercial sector. Providing e-services that are joined-up, customer-centric and
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Speech by Mr. Jeffrey Owens, Head of the OECD's Centre for Tax Policy and Administration to the President's Advisory Panel on Federal Tax Reform. This conference was held in San Francisco on 31 March 2005.
A summary note of the 2nd Annual CTPA Roundtable which took place on January 26-27, 2005 and which focused on the tax implications of cross-border business restructuring.
Outline of the 2nd Annual CTPA Roundtable focused on business restructing, which took place on in Paris on 26-27 January 2005.
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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.
An information note concerning the International Tax Conference, organised in Washington on 13-14 January 2005 to discuss international tax issues and related OECD initiatives.
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A presentation by Jeffrey Owens, Director of the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration during the INEKO International Conference on Economic Reforms for Europe, which was held in Bratislava on 18 March 2004.
Glossary of International Tax Terms.
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This note examines how random audits are used in the context of an overall programme of compliance improvement for small and mid-size business taxpayers. It was prepared by a study team comprised of officials from revenue authorities in Canada, Ireland, United Kingdom and United States.