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2018: The busiest tax year yet

30 January 2018

Joe Stanley-Smith

The work of corporate tax departments over the next 12 months will be dominated by large international changes such as the BEPS project, US tax reform and shifting attitudes toward taxation of the digital economy. Joe Stanley-Smith explores what companies can do to stay ahead of the curve.



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International Tax Review Profile

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It's time for the biggest transfer pricing prize of the night: The European Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year award. And the winner is...

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