Taxes and competitiveness: are they “joined vessels”?
Prepared by AmCham member: Lugera & Makler
“In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes.” (Benjamin Franklin, 1789) A rather sardonic proverb, yet still very true. Since then nothing much has changed. It basically means that we cannot divert the inevitability of paying taxes, nor may we take their amount for granted, as we may might have observed in the latest changes of to our tax legislation.
Taxes, Banking and Finance
- Fighting tax fraud and tax evasion – Plans, Commitments and Actions
- VAT: the main weapon against fraud
- EU to combat tax evasion
- Is the exercise of a lien on shares (im)possible?
- The day after tomorrow
- Taxes and competitiveness: are they “joined vessels”?
- Red alert! Inbound income tax changes!
- Amendment of the Income Tax Act as of 1.1.2013
- Itchy VAT law: can it be soothed by E-Archiving?
- Slovak transfer pricing rules: inconsistent with EU law?
- CFOs want new recruits to be complete finance professionals
- What would a man do differently?
- European resources for micro and medium-sized enterprises
- Personal liabilities in a corporate context
- R&D Aid in Slovakia
- Financial transaction tax: not just for banks