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Our EU tax professionals are based in every member state. Their insights and experience help you build proactive and integrated tax strategies that address EU tax opportunities and risks.
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The European Union presents a series of complex challenges and opportunities. Our network of EU tax specialists issue a range of materials, to keep you up to date with the latest news on EU case law and court proceedings. This includes the EU Competency Group Alerts, which are produced as issues arise, and our EU Tax Newsletter, which provides in-depth commentary and analysis on EU tax issues every two months.
To find out more about the services we offer in this area please contact Frank Muntendam.
Tax alert - A more favorable Double Tax Treaty between Luxembourg and Czech Republic will take effect on 1 January 2015
Luxembourg Parliament voted the draft law approving the Income and Capital Tax Treaty between Luxembourg and Czech Republic, signed on 5 March 2013.
Tax alert - France and Luxembourg sign amendment to tax treaty impacting real estate holding structures
On 5 September 2014, the Luxembourg and French Finance Ministers signed the fourth amendment to the double tax treaty concluded between France and Luxembourg. When it enters into force, this amendment will impact the tax treatment of various Luxembourg-France real estate holding structures.
Luxembourg Parliament voted the draft law approving the Income and Capital Tax Treaties between Luxembourg and Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man, signed respectively on 17 April 2013, 10 May 2013 and 8 April 2013.
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