The Resource "Privileged" information for the world citizen when communicating with tax attorneys in multiple jurisdictions

"Privileged" information for the world citizen when communicating with tax attorneys in multiple jurisdictions

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"Privileged" information for the world citizen when communicating with tax attorneys in multiple jurisdictions
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"Privileged" information for the world citizen when communicating with tax attorneys in multiple jurisdictions
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Globalization has become a constant reality; capital, income and individuals flow across borders every split second of every day and often require tax advice from attorneys in multiple jurisdictions. This article (i) analyses the general rules protecting confidential information provided by clients to their attorneys for the purpose of obtaining tax advice; (ii) discusses the reasons why attorneys are generally precluded from disclosing such information to tax authorities in the course of a tax audit; and (iii) provides a brief comparison of the privileges that may be asserted in the United States, Mexico or Brazil when tax authorities request certain confidential information
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In: International tax journal. - Chicago. - Vol. 40 (2014), no. 1 (January-February) ; p. 15-22, 47
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English
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"Privileged" information for the world citizen when communicating with tax attorneys in multiple jurisdictions
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"Privileged" information for the world citizen when communicating with tax attorneys in multiple jurisdictions
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