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Covid-19 in Latvia: State of Emergency extended until 9 June 2020

General

  • From 12 May 2020, it is allowed to hold public events both indoors and outdoors, by observing distance of 2 meters. The number of participants in the event may not exceed 25 people, and the maximum duration of the event shall be 3 hours;
  • Mouth and nose cover shall be worn when using public transport;
  • From 12 May 2020, museums, libraries, the National Archive will be able to gradually resume operations, the same applies to cultural events that can be observed from personal auto transport (drive-in events);
  • The shopping centres can be open on weekends and holidays;
  • From 12 May 2020, it is allowed to organize tourism services for travel only in Latvia, Lithuania, and Estonia.
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Small business loans above $2M will be audited

McDonald Hopkins’ Dave Kall, Vice Chair of the firm’s Tax and Benefit Department, offers his insight on the PPP loan process and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin’s recent announcement that businesses receiving loans of more than $2 million from government relief programs intended for small businesses will receive a full audit to ensure the loan was justified.
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Corporate Governance Reliefs announced in view of COVID-19

The Union Finance & Corporate Affairs Minister, Government of India, Ms. Niramla Sitharaman, in her interactions with the press yesterday, i.e., on March 24, 2020, has announced multiple relaxations to statutory and regulatory compliances under various legislations viz., the Companies Act, 2013 (“CA2013”), Limited Liability Partnership Act, 2008 (“LLP Act”), Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016 (“IBC”), Income Tax Act, 1961, the Goods and Services Tax legislations, Customs Act, 1962 etc. The complete press release vis-à-vis all measures announced can be accessed at http://pib.nic.in/newsite/PrintRelease.aspx?relid=200639.

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Overview of changes in the international coronavirus pandemic. Сontinued

While the threat of COVID-19 spread is not on the decline, the Russian Government continues to update the measures taken or introduce new ones, trying to act ahead of the possible adverse consequences of COVID-19.

Further review of the most significant business support measures under the conditions of COVID-19, as well as actions taken to curb the spread of COVID-19, follows below.

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Tax Coronavirus Alert

This notice is current as of 4:30 PM EST on Wednesday, March 18.
Howard & Howard remains committed to providing our clients with stability and exceptional service during these uniquely challenging times. In this alert, we offer you positive considerations and ideas to help you navigate the COVID-19 crisis. We will continue to look for creative options to assist you with your business and tax concerns in light of the ever-changing social and business landscape. Read more…

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TOP 5 TAX ATTRACTIONS IN HUNGARY

Hungary is an ideal location for international tax planning. Below we summarize the 5 most important features of the Hungarian tax system that can make the country attractive for international investors and public and private multinational groups.

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Talking Tax – Issue 170

Meeting the personal services business tests

The Administrative Appeals Tribunal (Tribunal) in the case of Ariss v Commissioner of Taxation [2019] AATA 2958 has held that money generated by the Taxpayer’s activities as an IT consultant, and split between the Taxpayer and his wife via a third-party trust arrangement, was in fact personal services income (PSI) and directly assessable to the Taxpayer.

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Talking Tax – Issue 169

Foreign income tax offsets on exempt income?

The Federal Court of Australia Full Court in the case of Burton v Commissioner of Taxation [2019] FCAFC 141 rejected the taxpayer’s appeal in relation to an earlier Federal Court decision to deny the taxpayer claiming the full foreign Income Tax Offset (FITO) available under section 770-10 of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997 (Cth) (ITAA 1997).

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Talking Tax – Issue 168

Legal professional privilege – a shield but not a sword

The High Court in the case of Glencore International AG & Ors v Federal Commissioner of Taxation [2019] HCA 26 has unanimously rejected an application for an injunction brought by the Glencore Group (Glencore) to restrain the Federal Commissioner of Taxation (Commissioner) from using documents that were released as a part of the ‘Paradise Papers.’

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Talking Tax – Issue 167

Queensland: Payroll tax grouping win for the taxpayer

In Telgrove Pty Ltd t/as P & E Francis Plant Hire v Commissioner of State Revenue [2019] QCAT 199, Telgrove Pty Ltd (Telgrove), as the designated group employer, had made an ‘exclusion order’ to request that Telgrove and 3 other entities be excluded from a list of six entities that were determined to be a payroll tax group by the Queensland Commissioner of State Revenue (Commissioner). The Commissioner rejected this exclusion application and issued reassessment notices to Telgrove to tax the six entities (Group Members) as a group from the 2011/12 financial year and apply penalty tax and interest for the period.

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