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Cash transactions of 10.000 euros are prohibited in the European Union
New control over our money by the European Union. It is not a surprising movement - in fact, the largest money transactions were controlled some time ago - but this time it is striking how every time Brussels reduces the amount to carry out this control even more: now only 10.000 euros and in ...
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Can we continue to trust the European Commission when it comes to paying the debt of the European Union? The answer seems to be no. The only party you can trust with the Commission is, it seems, the United States.
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Controlled Foreign Corporation (CFC
Companies around the world often operate in more than one country, making them subject to multiple tax jurisdictions. To prevent companies from minimizing their tax liability by taking advantage of differences between countries, countries have implemented various measures against tax evasion, such as the so-called rules of controlled foreign companies ...
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financial services after brexit
The application of the vaccine in the different Member States of the European Union and a “relatively good” agreement at the last minute on Brexit, saved Europe's furniture in the last days of the year, but how will the relationship between the EU and the UK remain? in what to financial services? The answer, from ...
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For some years now, many foreigners have opened a bank account in a country within the European Union because they are under many regulations and restrictions, in addition to offering almost zero privacy due to the exchange of information between countries of the union. However, there has always been an exception, and ...
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Cryptocurrency and ICO regulation is a burning issue for governments around the world. Many are struggling to keep up with this rapidly evolving technology, designed to exist outside of centralized control.
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[vc_row] [vc_column] [vc_column_text] The finance ministers of the European Union agreed on October 2 to remove the peaceful island of Palau from the black list of tax havens.
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[vc_row] [vc_column] [vc_column_text] The Jersey government has designed legislation to meet the economic substance testing requirements of the European Union Code of Conduct Group on Business Tax and avoid going over the so-called gray list to the blacklist of tax havens.
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[vc_row] [vc_column] [vc_column_text] Tax havens are often assumed to be paradise islands that offer low tax rates for businesses looking for a lucrative escape. But these "havens" are also sought after and persecuted for their opaque financial laws that can allow organizations to carry out illegal activities, such as money laundering.
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On May 7, 2018, the European Banking Authority (EBA) announced that the European Commission had requested technical advice on the implementation of the final Basel III reforms in EU law. The Basel Committee published the final revisions to Basel III on December 7, 2017.
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Only eleven countries of the European Union have met the deadlines to fully transpose the MiFID II Directive, because the implementation of this regulation to the legal systems of the 28 member states has been uneven.
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25 countries are facing being inscribed on a black list of tax havens that is unique to all members of the European Union as a strong measure against aggressive evasion.
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Despite the economic recovery of recent years, the rich are getting richer and the poor poorer. In 2016, 10% of the richest Spaniards accumulated 56% of the wealth of the entire country. Some 4.7 million people have the same as 42.6 million.
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The European Commission has published a document in which there is a complaint about Apple in Ireland, regarding taxes and about an advantageous tax treatment that the technological multinational receives from the European country, such as the possibility of paying zero taxes for many years.
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The Group of the Greens / European Free Alliance in the European Parliament has published a report on the tax practices of large business groups, such as Inditex, which reflects the avoidance of 585 million euros in taxes between the years 2011 and 2014.  
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This Tuesday, the European Union has approved the automatic exchange of information about holders and real beneficiaries of bank accounts. With the approval of this measure, the community executive intends to combat tax evasion, after the latest scandals, such as the Panama Papers. It will take effect from January 1, 2018.
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The European Commission says McDonald's Europe Franchising has paid virtually no corporation tax in Luxembourg or the United States on its profits since 2009.
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Tax advisors plan and recommend both individuals and companies on the best way to meet their obligations when paying taxes. Many times, these practices fall into some illegality as they do not coincide with the considerations of the Tax Agency.
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The European Parliament has supported measures for the automatic exchange of information about bank account holders and their beneficial owners between the countries of the European Union. The rules are expected to apply from 2018.
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The Everbright Bank of China and the Pudong Development Bank of Shanghai have affirmed their intention to establish subsidiaries in Luxembourg.
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