On April 30, TEI submitted comments to the OECD pursuant to its base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project regarding Action 3: Strengthening CFC Rules.
On April 29, TEI submitted comments to the OECD regarding its public discussion draft on BEPS Action 12: Mandatory Disclosure Rules.
Registration is now open for the TEI Florida Annual Conference and CPE Event in Orlando, to be held on April 30 - May 1, 2015.
On February 26-27, 2015, a delegation from TEI met with the Commissioner of Internal Revenue and senior officials of the IRS and with the Treasury Department’s Assistant Secretary for Tax Policy and senior officials of Treasury’s Office of Tax Policy.
The 2015 TEI Annual Region VII Conference will be held from Wednesday Evening June 3, 2015 through Sunday, June 7, 2015 at the renovated and updated Westin Resort.
TEI Canada is excited to invite you to attend the 48th Annual Canadian Tax Conference in Ottawa from May 3-6, 2015. This is TEI Canada’s most exciting event of the year!
On February 19, TEI submitted comments to the OECD’s Forum on Harmful Tax Practices regarding the modified nexus approach to preferential tax regimes for intellectual property.
On February 19, 2015, TEI submitted comments to the OECD regarding two new draft elements of the International VAT/GST Guidelines.
On February 6, TEI submitted comments to the OECD on its BEPS public discussion draft regarding the use of profit splits in the context of global value chains.
On February 6, TEI submitted comments to the OECD on its BEPS public discussion draft regarding revisions to Chapter I of the OECD transfer pricing guidelines.
On February 3, TEI submitted comments to the OECD on its BEPS public discussion draft regarding interest deductions and other financial payments.
On February 3, TEI submitted comments to the OECD on its BEPS public discussion draft regarding the transfer pricing aspects of cross-border commodity transactions.
On January 15, TEI submitted comments to the OECD on its BEPS public discussion draft regarding making dispute resolution more effective.
On January 13, TEI submitted comments to the OECD on its BEPS project regarding low value-adding services under BEPS Action 10.
On January 8, TEI submitted comments to the OECD on its BEPS project regarding follow up work on Action 6: Tax Treaty Abuse.
On December 23, TEI submitted comments to the OECD regarding recommended changes to the definition of a permanent establishment (PE) in the OECD Model Tax Convention on Income and Capital.
On December 22, TEI submitted a letter to CRA addressing concerns with new filing requirements for the GST/HST nil consideration election under section 156 of the Excise Tax Act.
On December 15, TEI submitted recommendations to the European Commission for a common protocol addressing VAT rate changes by Member States.
On Nov. 18-19, 2014, representatives from TEI, led by President Mark C. Silbiger and Vice President for Canadian Affairs Paul T. Magrath, met with officials from Canada Revenue Agency and the Canadian Department of Finance to discuss tax policy.
On June 4-5, 2014, a delegation from Tax Executives Institute met with the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, the Assistant Secretary of the Treasury (Tax Policy) and other senior tax officials to discuss matters of importance to TEI members.
On October 29, TEI submitted comments to the Japanese Ministry of Finance on proposals affecting the collection of JCT on e-commerce sales.
On October 6, TEI submitted comments to the Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore in response to an invitation for public comment on proposed rules governing transfer pricing documentation.
On September 26, TEI submitted recommendations to the Canadian Department of Finance urging revisions to draft legislation released August 29, 2014, that restrict back-to-back loans through intermediaries.
On September 26, TEI filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in a case involving the constitutional limitations on a state’s ability to tax business income earned outside the borders of that state.
On September 19, TEI submitted comments on proposed changes to the GST/HST nil consideration election under section 156 of the Excise Tax Act.
On September 17, TEI submitted recommendations to the OECD on BEPS Action 11 regarding methodologies to collect and analyze data on base erosion and profit shifting.
On August 26, TEI submitted a number of proposed changes to the British Columbia Provincial Sales Tax Act that would streamline administration and address policy issues.
On July 18, TEI submitted comments on proposed changes to Canadian GST/HST section 273 joint venture elections.
On August 1, 2014, TEI completed its first project of direct tax advocacy with China’s State Administration of Taxation (SAT), when it filed comments regarding draft administrative measures on the Chinese domestic law General Anti-Avoidance Rule (GAAR).
On August 6, 2014, Tax Executives Institute submitted a written statement to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Finance in connection with the 2014 pre-budget consultations in Canada.
On July 21, TEI submitted comments regarding the Irish government’s public consultation on the OECD’s base erosion and profit shifting project.
On July 14, TEI filed comments with the South African Revenue Service on new VAT rules affecting foreign-based supplies of electronic services.
On June 27, TEI submitted comments to the Canadian Department of Finance on the collection of GST/HST on e-commerce sales.
On June 11, 2014, Tax Executives Institute submitted comments on the Consultation on Tax Planning by Multinational Enterprises announced in Annex 2 of the 2014 Canadian Budget Message.
On June 5, TEI submitted recommendations to the European Commission on areas of VAT place of supply guidance for services connected with immovable property.
On May 5, TEI submitted comments to the IRS regarding regulations implementing FATCA and coordinating regulations under Chapters 3, 4 and 61 of the Code.
On May 1, TEI submitted comments to the OECD regarding its recommendations for domestic law and discussion of treaty issues that the OECD believes are necessary to address tax planning through hybrid mismatches.
On Apr. 13, TEI submitted comments to the OECD regarding its public discussion draft on potential options to address the tax challenges of the digital economy.
TEI urged Canada to revise substantially its treaty shopping proposals, substitute negotiated treaty LOB provisions for “main purpose” anti-abuse domestic legislation, and withdraw the back-to-back loan provision.
On Apr. 8, TEI submitted comments to the OECD regarding potential changes to its Model Tax Convention to prevent the inappropriate granting of treaty benefits.