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TitleCCCTB : selected issues
Author edited by Dennis Weber.
Imprint Alphen aan den Rijn : Kluwer Law International ; Frederick, MD : Sold and distributed in North, Central and South America by Aspen Publishers, Inc., c2012
Descript xvii, 337 p. : ill. ; 25 cm


Consolidation of the CCCTB proposal / Thies Sanders -- Relevant aspects when entering the system/CCCTB group / Paul H.M. Simonis -- Business reorganisations within the group / Bertil Wiman -- Leaving a group / Jan van de Streek -- CCCTB : general principles and characteristics / Ronald Russo -- Depreciation rules under the proposed CCCTB Directive / Hein Vermeulen -- Is the CCCTB proposal in line with the Principle of Subsidiarity? : Negative opinions submitted by national parliaments in the "yellow card procedure" / Rita Szudoczky -- The one-stop-shop approach : a discussion of the administrative and procedural aspects of the CCCTB Draft Directive / J.A.R. van Eijsden -- Appeals / Daniel Gutmann -- The common consolidated corporate tax base and the future of taxation / Theo Keijzer -- Withholding taxes and relief for double taxation / Matthijs Vogel -- Common consolidated corporate tax base : the sharing mechanism, some general considerations / Antonio Russo -- Tax planning under the CCCTB's formulary apportionment provisions : the good, the bad and the ugly / Walter Hellerstein -- CCCTB and formulary apportionment : the European Commission finds the right formula / Joann Martens Weiner -- The CCCTB GAAR : a toothless tiger or Russian roulette? / Peter Harris -- CFC Rule / Mario Tenore -- CCCTB : selected issues : a summary / Mark van Graafeiland and Imme Kam

Corporations -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- European Union countries -- Congresses Financial -- Taxation

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