Webinar – An exclusive analysis of the Indian Union Budget 2024–25

Join Dhruva Advisors, Taxsutra, and ITR from 12.30pm–2pm BST (5pm–6.30pm India Standard Time) on July 23 to hear expert analysis of the implications of the tax proposals in India’s 2024–25 budget

‘A spectacular own goal’: Canadian experts slam new DST

Canada risks inflaming US trade relations in a presidential election year and increasing costs for consumers, according to local experts

Five minutes with...James Dudbridge, ForrestBrown

Dudbridge, ForrestBrown director and head of its advisory practice, FB Consulting, tells ITR about the joys of tax advisory work, what he finds most exciting about the role and what makes tax cool

HMRC succeeds in £665,000 R&D tax relief case

A UK court rejected Tills Plus’s claim for R&D tax credits due to a lack of technological advancement

Brazil–UK double tax treaty: a new solution to an old riddle?

Paulo Victor Vieira da Rocha and Murilo Jakuk of VRMA Advogados discuss treaty articles 12 and 13 within the context of national case law concerning the taxation of fees paid for imported technical services

India likely to announce pillar two commitment

The announcement is due to be made during the country’s Union Budget statement next week, according to reports

KPMG Australia axes legal division as firm eyes tax success

Around 30 roles are to be cut as the firm’s tax controversy and disputes practice will be incorporated into its tax division

Sweden proposes changes to interest deduction limitation rules

Maria Andersson Berg of KPMG Sweden explains the main proposed amendments and says joint calculation of the deduction base and net interest income will create a more favourable system for most groups

First draft of GloBE implementation act submitted in Poland

Application of the GloBE rules will present a challenge for the Polish legislature as it seeks to maintain the country’s appeal as an investment location, say Monika Marta Dziedzic and Łukasz Kumkowski of MDDP

The UK tax gap and how to close it

The Labour Party has made ambitious commitments to close the UK’s ‘tax gap’, but how can they do it, and what will it mean for business?