The Resource Brexit - international direct tax implications from a German in- and outbound perspective

Brexit - international direct tax implications from a German in- and outbound perspective

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Brexit - international direct tax implications from a German in- and outbound perspective
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Brexit - international direct tax implications from a German in- and outbound perspective
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eng
Summary
The potential effects of Brexit remain uncertain, in large part because they will be governed by the timetable and conditions of the UK's departure from the EU, which are also unclear. This article considers the possible direct tax implications for inbound and outbound investment. It looks at withholding taxes, participation exemption for dividends from the UK, German CFC imputation, dual resident entities, cross-border mergers and other corporate reorganizations, migrations and PEs
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In: Tax planning international : European tax service. - London. - Vol. 18 (2016), no. 7 ; 3 p
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Wehnert, O.
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  • European Union
  • Europe
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English
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  • Brexit
  • European Union
  • foreign investment
  • withholding tax
  • participation exemption
  • CFC
  • dual residence
  • merger
  • reorganization
  • migration
  • PE
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Brexit - international direct tax implications from a German in- and outbound perspective
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Brexit - international direct tax implications from a German in- and outbound perspective
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