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International Tax Administration: Building Bridges

by: Academics and tax professionals from the Asia Pacific region and beyond.

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Publisher: CCH Australia,31.10.10

Category: TAX & ACCOUNTING Level:

ISBN: 1921701293
ISBN13: 9781921701290

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International Tax Administration: Building Bridges is a beneficial collection of Atax conference papers from academics and tax professionals from the Asia Pacific region and beyond.


  * Insightful papers about international challenges by recognised experts in the field


  * Keeps the reader up-to-date on attempts to build bridges between tax authorities and taxpayers


  * Gives readers an in-depth understanding on problems facing the administration of tax and attempts to resolve such difficulties


  * Provides useful background to future decision making on international tax issues

Contents Includes:

The articles consider a range of important, current day issues facing tax administrations in countries at various stages of development; and the attempts made, sometimes unsuccessfully, to bring together the potentially competing interests of tax administrators and taxpayers.