The Government of Jersey has issued draft Regulations that set out how former Prior Year Basis taxpayers may pay their 2019 tax bills.
Lowtax.net News: Jersey Issues Guidance On E-Filing Personal Tax Returns
Revenue Jersey has released guidance for taxpayers filing online for the first time, ahead of the July 31, 2020, filing deadline.
Lowtax.net News: COVID-19: Isle of Man Amends Tax Filing Rules
The Isle of Man has announced a series of changes to tax return deadlines as part of its response to the economic impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
Lowtax.net News: Bermuda Issues Guidance On Payroll Tax Changes
Bermuda has issued guidance on calculating payroll tax for the period April 1, 2020, to March 31, 2021.
Lowtax.net News: Singapore Launches 2020 Tax Season
The Inland Revenue Authority of Singapore began accepting electronically filed tax returns for the 2020 tax season on March 1.
Lowtax.net News: Jersey Consults On Reporting CRS Avoidance Arrangements
The Jersey Government is consulting on the implementation of mandatory disclosure rules for Common Reporting Standard Avoidance Arrangements and Opaque Offshore Structures.
Lowtax.net News: Hong Kong Creates Website To Explain TP Documentation
Hong Kong’s Inland Revenue Department has created a webpage to explain the requirements for master and local file reporting under the country-by-country reporting regime.
Lowtax.net News: Cayman Explains How To Comply With New Economic Substance Rules
The Cayman Government has set out how companies should comply with new economic substance requirements, which must be met for certain companies to access the territory’s tax regime.
Lowtax.net News: Ireland, Malta To Close ‚Single Malt‘ Tax Loophole
The tax authorities of Ireland and Malta have signed a Competent Authority Agreement in a bid to prevent the use of the so-called „Single Malt“ tax planning structure.
Lowtax.net News: Hong Kong Legislates For Health Insurance Tax Relief
Hong Kong’s Government has gazetted a bill to provide a tax incentive for the take up of private health insurance, as announced in the 2018-19 Budget.