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Japan needs a credible fiscal consolidation plan, including spending cuts and tax increases, to maintain confidence in its fiscal sustainability as gross public debt nears 200% of GDP in 2010.
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This information note has been prepared to assist revenue bodies advance their thinking on the use of legislated withholding and information reporting regimes for obtaining improved compliance in respect of business income derived by SME/ self-employed taxpayers.
Starting in 2006, the OECD has compiled annual statistics on the mutual agreement procedure (MAP) caseloads of all its member countries and of non-OECD economies that agree to provide such statistics. MAP statistics for 2006-2009 are now available.
Dispute Resolution: Country Mutual Agreement Procedure Statistics Released
The OECD's Guidelines for dealing with commercial transactions between different parts of a multinational group.
This comprehensive report sets the market context for banks’ pre-tax losses and provides an overview of the tax treatment of such losses in 17 OECD countries. It describes the tax risks that arise in relation to bank losses from the perspective of both banks and revenue bodies and outlines the incentives that give rise to those risks (including incentives related to the regulatory capital treatment of accumulated tax losses accounted
This publication examines the High Net Worth Individual taxpayer segment, describes their usage of aggressive tax planning schemes and proposes prevention, detection and response strategies that tax administrations can use to respond to these challenges.
Inflation performance has been unsatisfactory. By joining the euro area, Iceland would share the benefits of the ECB’s credibility. Substantial fiscal consolidation is required following the financial crisis.
Today the OECD issued its Tax Co-operation 2009: Towards a Level Playing Field. This is the fourth annual assessment of progress being made towards greater transparency and information exchange in the area of taxation.
High public debt leaves virtually no room for fiscal manoeuvre to limit the impact of the crisis in Greece. The close trade and banking links established with the Balkan countries might be a risk in the near future.