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28 September 2022 by
Our most comprehensive edition yet with more rankings, firms, jurisdictions and profiles
27 January 2023 by
On 15 December, the Parliament passed the 2023 budget law ...
27 January 2023 by
The Portuguese State Budget Law for 2023 – in force since 1 January 2023 – brought a set of legal updates with significant impact on the real estate sector. With this in mind, we now highlight the new conditions for the application of the Real Estate Transfer Tax (“RETT”) exemption to the purchase of properties for resale and the new rules on the assessment of the taxable value of properties in real estate exchanges.
03 January 2023 by
Preparing for the VAT rates change: important points to consider
04 October 2022 by
During this webinar, we will provide the most recent updates and key elements to consider before closing the fiscal year 2021. In addition, we will provide an overview of the upcoming new reporting obligations.
29 September 2022 by
WTS Taxise has garnered new firm and practitioner rankings in International Tax Review’s (ITR) 2023 World Tax, World Tax Leaders and maintained its ranking in ITR’s 2023 World Transfer Pricing.
26 September 2022 by
Taxise Asia LLC (WTS Taxise) has received multiple recognitions in the 2022-23 edition of Asialaw and Best Lawyers annual publications. These mark the firm’s inclusion in the Asialaw rankings for the third year and Eugene Lim’s Best Lawyers practitioner rankings for seven years (pre-Taxise).
26 August 2022 by
Taxise Asia LLC (WTS Taxise) has won Best Newcomer Award at the 22nd International Tax Review (ITR) Asia Pacific Awards 2022.
23 August 2022 by
Taxise Asia LLC (WTS Taxise) is pleased to announce the arrival of Ma HanFeng. HanFeng is a Singapore-qualified lawyer with more than a decade of litigation experience including at the law division of the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore (IRAS) where he represented IRAS in a wide range of tax dispute matters. Click here to view HanFeng’s profile.
16 August 2022 by
Companies importing goods from a foreign-related party are required to set prices for imports that meet the expectations of Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). CBP rules focus on ensuring multinational enterprises (MNEs) do not set prices at a level lower than fair market value in order to avoid duties, while the IRS is focused on confirming taxpayers do not set pricing higher than an arm’s length amount to reduce profits and avoid taxes.