By Sarah Renard, Senior Marketing Coordinator
It’s that time again, to send your monthly or quarterly company e-newsletter to your list of hundreds, if not thousands of subscribers. So you go through your routine of adding new clients/prospects/contacts since your last e-mail blast to your existing list, build your newsletter and click ‘send’ then move on to your next ‘to do list’ item. Unfortunately, the recent GDPR regulations may cause a hiccup in your routine. (more…)
Ireland extends the investigation of Apple tax case. Sources suggest up to eight billion in additional taxes.
Ireland said it expects a ruling soon on whether its favorable transfer pricing rulings for Apple violated EU state aid rules. The European Commission has been investigating EU tax practices and already has ruled that Luxembourg and the Netherlands issued illegal rulings for a Fiat unit and Starbucks. This article discusses Ireland’s and Apple’s comments on the investigation.
This article notes the decision of EU nations to swap data on cross-border tax rulings automatically every six months. Under the new measures, nations will no longer be able to decide what information is shared, when and with whom. The rules are expected to go into effect on January 1, 2017.