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Fight against tax fraud and evasion

News Alert - 22-11-2016
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Commission's proposals aim for a coordinated EU wide response to corporate tax avoidance, following global standards developed by the OECD. New rules are needed to align the tax laws in all 28 EU countries in order to fight aggressive tax practices by large companies efficiently and effectively.
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  1. Access to anti-money-laundering information by tax authorities    22/11/2016

Tax evasion: MEPs set to back automatic exchange of data to track account owners. In the wake of several tax evasion scandals, including the “Panama Papers” revelations, Council and Parliament want to enable tax authorities across Europe to share information about bank account holders automatically under a proposal to be voted by MEPs on Tuesday.

  1. Corporate taxation package    25/10/2016

The Commission is to present common consolidated corporate tax base proposal: Commissioner Pierre Moscovici is set to present the Commission’s new corporate tax proposals in the plenary chamber on Tuesday afternoon. The package will include, inter alia, a proposal for a common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB).

  1. Mandatory automatic exchange of information in the field of taxation    11/05/2016

MEPs give their opinion on new rules agreed with the Council which oblige member states to automatically exchange information on multinational companies’ tax declarations from April 2017 onwards. (Debate Wednesday, vote Thursday)