The Tax Take
The proposals surrounding the EU’s common consolidated corporate tax base do not differ much to 2011, so why is it being pursued again?
Yet another set of tax proposals from Europe emerged last Tuesday. Last week, the European Parliament was sitting in Strasbourg, and the entire European Union machine had decamped from Brussels to do its business in the French city.
Thanks to an arrangement by Marian Harkin MEP, who is active and knowledgeable on Irish tax matters as they are affected by Europe, my organisation was given a meeting with the EU Tax Commissioner Pierre Moscovici on...
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