Continuous reforms, increasingly aggressive tax authorities, and a Government that keeps changing the rules of the game mean that 2013 looks set to be another year of tax controversy and challenges for clients and law firms alike.
Portugal is attempting to re-establish itself as a centre of foreign nationals. It has brought in new regimes for ‘golden visas’ and expatriates taxes to enhance its attraction as an investment centre, says Tiago Marreiros Moreira, Head of Tax at Vieira de Almeida & Associados.
The Portuguese Government’s decision to convene a Committee to explore new corporate tax initiatives presents an opportunity for decisive change
The Spanish Government recently approved new tax measures to tackle the economic crisis and stimulate the economy. The new austerity measures have introduced significant amendments in Corporate Income Tax, Personal Income Tax and Value Added Tax.Since the middle of 2011, the Government has been introducing significant amendments in CIT to attempt to reduce the public […]