Mazars Tax Newsletter!

Starting from October 2018, Mazars is presenting you the most intereseting tax news on monthly basis!

Our Tax Newsletter will cover key local tax changes, but also the ones concerning European Union, primarily judgments of European Court of Justice and the BEPS project (Base Erosion and Profit Shifting). These tax updates will also be followed by comments of Mazars' experts.

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Mazars Tax Newsletter, March 2019

Here are the latest tax news from Croatia and the European Union.

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Mazars Tax Newsletter, February 2019

Here are the latest tax news from Croatia and the European Union.

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Mazars Tax Newsletter, January 2019

The first edition of our Tax Newsletter will bring you the latest updates on The Tax Reform, but also let you know which is the interest on loans between related parties. You will also see our commennt on the official opinion of Tax Administration regarding taxation of vouchers and the summary of the EU' investigation on Nike.

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Mazars Tax Newsletter, December 2018

Third edition of Mazars Tax Newsletter is covering latest updates of the Tax Reform, but also the right of Tax Administration that they, in specific circumstances, shut down or ban access to some internet contents. Regarding news from the European Union, this time we will in short cover Coordinated Transfer Pricing controls at EU level and Recommendations of the EU JTP Forum.

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Mazars Tax Newsletter, November 2018

In the second Mazars Tax Newsletter Edition, we present you with changes regarding VAT, additional personal income tax proposals and double tax treaty (DTT), but also some news from the EU:approval for deduction of 50% of input VAT on purchases or leases of a passenger cars and Judgment of the European Court of Justice C-249/17 - Ryanair, followed by Mazars comment.

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Mazars Tax Newsletter, October 2018.

In the first edition of Mazars Tax Newsletters bring news related to tax reform. After the public hearing, changes to the proposed legislation were changed. Most changes in relation to the first drafts (more detailed in the previous tax news release) refer to the area of income tax regulations and compulsory contributions.

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