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Luxembourg’s Companies Act ‘reform bill’ includes new rules for conversions of company types and introduces the S.à r.l.-S.
Central America is rapidly becoming a prosperous business hub. Let's take a look at some of the key reasons why.
France is one of the few countries where employers do not withhold employees’ personal income tax from their payslip. This will change however, in 2018.
Released today - 4 October 2016 – the 2016 Global Payroll Management Survey interviewed 165 multi-national companies to determine how organizations are set up to manage global payroll and what protocols are employed to facilitate confidential data movement across borders.
A joint Bloomberg BNA and the TMF Group report gauging the aspects of the payroll operations of global companies with business in two or more countries.
TMF Group reaffirms its commitment to the International Pensions market and Malta, by returning its pension business to a 100% owned subsidiary.
Leading Provider of Structured Finance Services significantly expands operations in Ireland
Despite reforms at a national level aiming to correct structural distortions in Brazil’s Service Tax (ISS), it remains complex even for experienced local entrepreneurs.
Conditions surrounding voting agreements, the transferability of S.A. shares and minority rights were updated as part of Luxembourg’s Company Law reform.
A new trend is emerging in one of the top business outsourcing destinations in Europe.
Australian entities involved in the sale and purchase of relevant assets should consider how the new withholding regime will apply to future transactions.
A new tax of 3% will be charged on motor liability insurance premiums in Luxembourg.