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Tax uncertainty likely to continue past election

Eighty percent of the business leaders surveyed by BDO in the Americas said the focus of tax legislation changes constantly as the result of the elected party and/or it is difficult to predict.

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Tax reform may be coming after election

The outcome of Tuesday’s election could be profound tax changes, but that’s only if one party wins control of both houses of Congress and the White House.

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Grant Thornton wins appeal in fraud and negligence lawsuit

Grant Thornton has prevailed in an appeal by a former tax client who had sued after the firm failed to advise him of a tax strategy that potentially could have saved him over a million dollars and then allegedly tried ...

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IRS finalizes regs on BEAT for multinationals

The Internal Revenue Service released final regulations for the base erosion and anti-abuse tax that is supposed to discourage multinational corporations from shifting profits overseas.

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Int’l task force sees success in cracking down on tax crimes

A group of five national tax authorities has been working together for the past two years on cooperating in the fight against tax crimes, with one man pleading guilty last week in Germany to fraud charges involving cryptocurrency.

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IRS issues final rules on FDII and GILTI deductions

The Internal Revenue Service has released final regulations on deductions for two of the international tax regimes introduced under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017: foreign-derived intangible income (FDII) and global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI) for U.S.-based multinational ...

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Digital services taxes face barriers

But they remain attractive to countries looking to countries looking to tax U.S. tech giants and to U.S. states hungry for revenue.

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