Tax Law

British tax laws driving Nadal away – The Independent

Rafael Nadal believes that Britain might need to change its tax laws in order to keep the prestigious season-ending ATP World Tour Finals in London. Speaking here last night after his 7-6, 6-3 defeat by Germany’s Florian Mayer left Andy … Continue reading

Nadal blames UK tax laws for Queens snub as £750k appearance fee in Germany confirmed – Daily Mail

Rafael Nadal has attempted to defend his decision to turn his back on the traditional pre-Wimbledon warm up at Queens by blaming UK tax laws. Sportsmail revealed the world No 2 has been lured to Germany instead of his usual … Continue reading

Australia passes controversial carbon tax law which threatens to bring down the government – Daily Mail

Australia’s controversial plan for a carbon tax has been passed by the country’s parliament. In a major victory for Welsh-born Prime Minister Julia Gillard, the lower house backed the law which will see the country’s 500 biggest polluters to pay … Continue reading

Opposition to Australia’s carbon tax laws will run out of steam – The Guardian

The carbon tax debate illustrates how sharply politics have shifted in Australia since Tony Abbott replaced the moderate Malcolm Turnbull to become leader of the opposition almost two years ago. His take-no-prisoners style is modelled on US …

Intel Says Costa Rican Tax Law Revision May Threaten Investment – Bloomberg

Costa’s Rica’s consideration of a plan to tax foreign-owned companies operating in free-trade zones may threaten overseas investment in the Central American nation, said Intel Costa Rica’s general manager. Potential taxation of free-trade …

Conn. gets tough with Amazon, pushing on with tax –

despite signs from online retailer that it has no immediate plans to abide by the state’s new Internet tax law. State officials confirmed to The Associated Press that Amazon wrote the Department of Revenue Services this month …

Estate-Tax-Basis Form Still Not Available – Wall Street Journal

The key IRS form has yet to appear since last year’s estate tax law changes. Those changes have created a “practically unsolvable conundrum,” said Renee Kwok, president of TFC Financial Management in Boston, which manages roughly $600 …