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  • FATCA - A Status Report
    By Tax-News.com Editorial
    Tuesday, September 20, 2016

    Many people doubted whether the United States Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act – commonly referred to by its acronym FATCA – was a viable piece of the legislation when approved by Congress six years ago...
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  • Friday, September 25, 2015

    Automatic exchange of information for tax law enforcement purposes started first in Europe with the EU Savings Tax Directive, went international with the US Foreign Accounts...
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  • Tuesday, June 17, 2014

    When we last wrote a Tax-News feature on the United States Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) over two years ago, there were many who doubted that the US Treasury could really make this extra-territorial piece of tax legislation work...
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  • Personal Tax Review
    By Tax-News.com Editorial
    Tuesday, June 18, 2013

    While we have been hearing a lot of talk within and between Governments about how multinational corporations must be stopped from employing tax minimization strategies, individual taxpayers have by no means been let off the hook either, and this feature looks at how opportunities to shelter income from are being increasingly attacked.
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  • Malta Review 2012-13: E-Gaming
    By Tax-News.com Editorial
    Tuesday, December 4, 2012

    In the autumn of 2000 the Maltese government passed legislation enabling online betting centres to be set up in the country, and this legislation, coupled with provisions from the Income Tax Act written specifically for international companies, made Malta an attractive location for casino and sportsbook operations. Malta became the first EU member state to regulate internet gaming in May 2004 with its Remote Gaming Regulations under the Lotteries and Other Games Act 2001.
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