23 12, 2022

Court case raises questions about attribution of intangible-related profits

2022-12-23T10:44:51+00:00

Court case raises questions about attribution of intangible-related profits A recent court case in Sweden has raised questions about how to attribute profits related to intangible assets, like trademarks. The case involved a Swedish company (AB) that paid a Maltese group company (Corp) for the use of a trademark [...]

Court case raises questions about attribution of intangible-related profits2022-12-23T10:44:51+00:00
20 12, 2022

Policy Amendment for Registering Companies of Foreign Interests

2022-12-20T13:57:01+00:00

Policy Amendment for Registering Companies of Foreign Interests The Council of Ministers recently approved an amendment to the policy for registering companies of foreign interests through the Business Facilitation Unit (BFU). This policy pertains to the registration of companies in the Register of Foreign Interest Entities, which is currently [...]

Policy Amendment for Registering Companies of Foreign Interests2022-12-20T13:57:01+00:00
19 12, 2022

Minimum Taxation Directive

2022-12-19T13:43:47+00:00

Minimum Taxation Directive Introduction The European Union (EU) has recently reached an agreement on the Minimum Taxation Directive, which aims to ensure that large companies pay a minimum level of tax in the EU. This directive, also known as Pillar Two, is a set of rules agreed upon by [...]

Minimum Taxation Directive2022-12-19T13:43:47+00:00
14 12, 2022

How do I become a tax resident in Cyprus?

2022-12-17T11:18:55+00:00

How do I become a tax resident in Cyprus? A person is considered a tax resident in Cyprus if they are physically present in the country for more than 183 days in a calendar year, or if they are physically present for at least 60 days and meet certain [...]

How do I become a tax resident in Cyprus?2022-12-17T11:18:55+00:00
10 12, 2022

Court Rules Against Israeli Company in IP Valuation Dispute

2022-12-17T11:20:54+00:00

Israeli Court Rules IP Value is Six Times Higher than Claimed Executive Summary The Tel Aviv District Court ruled in favor of the Israeli Tax Authorities (ITA), who claimed that the intellectual property (IP) which CA Software Israel Ltd. sold back in 2010 was worth ILS667m (rather than ILS111m [...]

Court Rules Against Israeli Company in IP Valuation Dispute2022-12-17T11:20:54+00:00
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