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The guides and e-learning modules cover many tax aspects, including import and export declaration, registration for excise tax, value-added tax (VAT) and tax groups, excise tax refund, filing tax returns, warehouse keepers and designated zones, said Khalid Ali Al Bustani, FTA director-general.
Jewett also provides counsel on tax aspects of bankruptcies and financial restructurings, timber and hedge funds and life settlements.
The art investment process requires, as with any other investment, advice from experts in all areas, including risk mitigation, legal, and tax aspects.
Partner Philip Wagman is handling the tax aspects of the deal and partner Howard Adler is advising on ERISA concerns.
Garry Browning comments about the tax aspects of the Affordable Care Act in the Oct.
Susie Walker, director of corporate tax at Johnston Carmichael, will address the international, VAT and corporate tax aspects of business in China and will cover initial market testing to establishing a presence.
Pete Leo works from the home office at Principal Financial Group, primarily with producers, advisors and business owners, performing reviews of buy-sell agreements, suggesting plan design changes and working with technical tax aspects of buy-sell planning.
This decision serves as a reminder that it is important to consider all future tax aspects of an applicable asset acquisition before finalizing an asset acquisition agreement.
Once again, and more specifically on the tax aspects of such transfers, European case law is laying down principles that apply case by case.
Similarly, as has been noted in an article in The Tax Adviser, "Tax Aspects of an Author's First Book" (Oct.
This is a concern for our investors and for other international investors." The latest development comes as Indian authorities scrutinize tax aspects of other international deals.