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Global Payroll Association (GPA) sponsored by TMF Group conducted a survey to gain a better understanding of the current challenges faced by payroll practitioners in an evolving industry and the methods they employ to achieve greater efficiencies, better organisational reporting and business insights.
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.
In some countries, reverse charge has been introduced only for certain goods or services, while in others, the question of who is going to pay VAT depends on the status of the supplier and the customer.
This briefing paper examines the approaches by EU Member States to decrease their VAT gap, and how new law provisions may potentially impact on business.
Curacao is known as a region that provides investors with a variety of opportunities.
The BVI Business Companies Act 2004 (the Act) created a statutory set of duties, which apply to any director of
a BVI Business Company (a company).
The challenge of doing business in a complex world
TMF Group presents the second edition of Doing business in Romania, a briefing paper on the characteristics of the Romanian business environment.
Why international companies are looking to expand their business operations to Ukraine in the future.
The only way is up for insurance tax rates globally
A new report from The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), sponsored by TMF Group.
The creation of a single European VAT return may now be off the table, so how will the European Commission achieve its goal of cutting Value Added Tax complexity, reducing bureaucracy and facilitating easier cross-border trade?