Tax / TAG Tax (J)
This is a TIAG and TAGLaw "Joint" Specialty Group.
The TIAG Co-chairs are shown below. Click the "Group Member List" icon to view co-chairs and members from both TIAG and TAGLaw.
TAG Tax Newsletters
- TAG Tax European Newsletter - March 2015
- TAG Tax European Newsletter - April 2014
- TAG Tax European Newsletter - March 2013
- TAG Tax European Newsletter - December 2012
Meet the Co-chairs - TIAG
Mercer & Hole
Fineman West & Co. LLP
Meet the Co-chairs - TAGLAW
Williams Mullen (VA)
Meet the Co-chairs - TAG-SP
Collins Barrow Toronto LLP
While I haven’t joined the little packs of people wandering together on the Des Moines skywalk system while looking at their phones, the Pokemon Go craze fascinates me. It’s strange and wonderful how something like this can come out of nowhere and become such a thing.
Naturally, the IRS will want to spoil the fun. I understand you collect “experience points” as you follow your phone from Poke-stop to Poke-stop. From the Wikipedia entry:
Proposals have been received by the Central Board of Direct Taxes regarding filing of appeals/pursuing litigation on the issue of allowability of bad debt that are written off as irrecoverable in the accounts of the assessee. The dispute relates to cases involving failure on the part of assessee to establish that the debt is irrecoverable.
The Federal Budget passed down on 3 May 2016 announced major changes to superannuation in terms of concessional and non-concessional contribution limits, the retirement account cap and contribution entitlements (click here to read our full recap of the changes).
Welcome to Mercer & Hole’s UK Inward Investment publication, the first of our series looking at how UK tax affects internationally mobile individuals and businesses. Tax is very much in the forefront of the headlines in the UK at present and around the world the move to inter-governmental cooperation and tax transparency is gathering momentum.
Contact: Geoff Tierney; ESV (New South Wales, Australia)
A key benefit of establishing and operating a Self Managed Superannuation Fund (“SMSF”) is the ability to make investments which are not available through retail or industry funds, such as property acquisition. We have previously discussed limited recourse borrowing and the associated rules with this strategy.
While the trend of acquiring property through SMSF’s is growing, there are some potential issues which can arise in relation to succession and the sale of the property.