The French Supreme Administrative Court (Conseil d’Etat) canceled on 15 November 2021 the French tax authorities’ (FTA) guidelines denying a tax credit in France for the amount of foreign tax
Supreme administrative court rules on foreign tax credits for certain capital gains
This article was first published on Tax@Hand, and is reproduced on this blog with the authorization of its authors. France’s administrative court of appeals in Versailles (Cour administrative d’appel
France’s 2022 draft finance bill was released on 22 September 2021. Parliamentary discussions should begin on 11 October and are expected to be finalized by the end of December 2021
The French parliament adopted the 2020 finance bill on 19 December 2019 but it is still subject to review by the constitutional court. In fact, certain provisions of the bill
In its decision of July 7, 2017 (TA Paris, 7 July 2017, n°1607683, WB Ambassador), the TA of Paris retains a strict assessment of the provisions of article 212-I of
Creation of a procedure of hearing for anyone who can provide information on breaches relative to tax fraud and international tax evasion
Through communication right, the French tax authorities (FTA) had already the right to obtain documents held by thirds parties in order to establish tax base and to control the tax.
On April 21st, 2017, the Full Court Federal Court of Australia (FCF) has given a ruling on the deductibility of intercompany interest expense paid by an Australian company (Chevron Australia
Two major changes in filing obligations are to be noted: The threshold above which a taxpayer should file the transfer pricing return(formulaire 2257 SD, Article 223 quinquies B du CGI)
End of exemption from surtax on distributions within tax-consolidated groups: no retroactive effect the French Government announced
The French Government has just announced that the end of the exemption from 3% surtax on distributions within tax consolidated groups will not have a retroactive effect.