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31 July 2018

If you are considering the sale of your business you want to make absolutely sure that you squeeze every last drop of value out of the sale. More often than not, the creation of your company has been your life’s work, and you do not want to be left with a sour taste by cashing out too cheaply...

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23 July 2018

As global mobility increases it is becoming common for high net wealth families to own homes in a number of countries, as well as investing in commercial and other real estate outside of their country. Often this can be driven by their children who have chosen to undertake their university...

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23 July 2018

In this new article BDO UK Tax partner and Head of BDO Global Private Client Services, Wendy Walton, shares her perspective on current global trends in private wealth – pointing to some of the latest research.  This is the first in a series of articles from BDO Global Private Client Services in...

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20 July 2018

Brussels, 16th July 2018 – the newly released BDO 2018 Telecommunications Risk Factor Survey reveals that telecommunications executives have relegated disruption from new technologies to third place in their risk top 5: the number one risk identified by 60 telecommunications companies surveyed...

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20 July 2018

The BDO Expatriate Newsletter provides a brief overview of issues affecting international assignees, predominantly, but not exclusively, from a tax and social security perspective.This newsletter brings together individual country updates over recent months. As you will appreciate the wealth of...

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20 July 2018

“Tax advocacy” describes activities deployed by companies to influence external stakeholders to change a specific fiscal policy or behaviour. Tax advocacy can also be used to preserve the status quo (for example, the recent carbon and sugar tax debates in the South African context). Tax advocacy...

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19 July 2018

Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS)can be described as tax planning strategies that exploit gaps and mismatches in tax rules to artificially shift profits to low or no-tax locations where there is little or no economic activity (OECD). The OECD developed the Inclusive Framework on BEPS for...

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19 July 2018

If someone asks you whether you're ready for retirement, it's likely that your answer will hinge on whether you've made adequate financial preparation for it. But, while this remains a crucial consideration, there's so much more to think about. Retirement is being completely redefined -  from an...

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18 July 2018

This newsletter summarises recent tax developments of international interest across the world. In this issue:AUSTRALIA: More Australian tax for foreign investorsHONG KONG: First batch of amendments to the proposed transfer pricing regulatory regime and documentation requirementsINDIA: Recent tax...

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