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Acheiving a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base in the Eu

by Malcolm Gammie

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Published by Centre for European Policy Studies .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Taxation,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Taxation - Corporate,
  • Finance

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages124
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12950199M
    ISBN 109290795999
    ISBN 109789290795995

    Common (Consolidated) Corporate Tax Base The EC’s re-launch proposals for a Council Directive on a CCTB () and a CCCTB () of 25 October Prof. Dr. Luc De Broe (KU Leuven) Holder of the Deloitte Chair in International & EU Tax Law Belgisch Instituut voor Openbare Financiën, 6 . tax return with the tax authorities of one Member State for their activities in the entire EU (one-stop-shop system). A single consolidated tax return will be used to establish the corporate tax base and all Member States in which the company or CCCTB group is active will be entitled to tax a certain portion of that base.

    Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base for EU businesses (CCCTB), a strategy the European Commission has been working towards since , considering that it is the only way to eliminate the obstacles from the cross-border activities of the EU companies. first on the common corporate tax base (common base henceforth) and in a second stage on the consolidation. The action plan also recalled the detrimental impact on European competitiveness of the current heavy compliance costs and administrative burdens created by the patchwork of 28 different national tax bases.

    Get this from a library! A common consolidated corporate tax base for Europe. [Wolfgang Schön; Ulrich Schreiber; Christoph Spengel;] -- This book contains the proceedings of the International Tax Conference on the common consolidated corporate tax base . In addition, the EU Commission last week proposed to introduce a common corporation tax base that is mandatory for taxpayers with an annual consolidated group revenue of at least EUR million through the proposed Common Corporate Tax Base ("CCTB") and Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base ("CCCTB") Directives.


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Acheiving a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base in the Eu by Malcolm Gammie Download PDF EPUB FB2

Achieving a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base in the EU work on EU tax policy and corporate tax convergence, CEPS assembled an expert task force in.

Read Achieving a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base in the EU: Report of a CEPS Task Force. Get this from a library. Achieving a common consolidated corporate tax base in the EU.

[Malcolm Gammie; Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels, Belgium); et al]. Leading Independent Think Tank on European Policies. This report analyses to what extent the objectives of International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are compatible with basic tax principles and could form the starting point for achieving a common consolidated corporate tax base.

The Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) is a proposal for a common tax scheme for the European Union developed by the European Commission and first proposed in March that provides a single set of rules for how EU corporations calculate EU taxes, and provide the ability to consolidate EU taxes.

Corporate tax rates in the EU would not be changed by the CCCTB, as EU. In July EU ministers agreed that the establishment of the common corporate tax base should precede its consolidation.

The proposal was therefore reworked by the European Commission and split into two directives: a directive establishing a common corporate tax base (CCTB), and a directive on a common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB).

The EU Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base: Critical Analysis serves as a guide to the major development in EU tax law, the Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) Octoberthe European Commission relaunched its plan to harmonize national income tax systems via the CCCTB by introducing a single set of rules to calculate companies’ taxable profits in the EU.

The CCCTB is in short the EU's attempt to completely harmonise corporation tax policy by the back door, creating a common system for taxing large companies across Europe. Corporate tax is then consolidated according to a complicated set of criteria and distributed out to member states based on the level of economic activity that takes place in.

The European Commission's Action Plan to fundamentally reform corporate taxation in the EU and tackle tax avoidance, secure sustainable revenues and strengthen the Single Market for businesses includes a strategy to re-launch the Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB), and a framework to ensure effective taxation where profits are generated.

About this book: The EU Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base: Critical Analysis serves as a guide to the major development in EU tax law, the Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) Octoberthe European Commission relaunched its plan to harmonize national income tax systems via the CCCTB by introducing a single set of rules to calculate.

Investment), in the form of a Common Corporate Tax Base (CCTB) Directive consolidate the results of entities in a corporate group in the EU under a single filing and apportion the aggregate profits to individual Member States according to labour, assets and sales by destination via a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) Directive.

The European Commission has decided to re-launch the common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB) project in a two-step approach, with the publication on 25 October of two new interconnected proposals: on a common corporate tax base (CCTB), and on a common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB).

Building on the CCTB proposal, the CCCTB proposal. General guidelines from tax principles for the design of the tax base 18 An aside: Neutral tax Systems 21 3. Corporate tax and IAS/IFRS bases in the EU member states 23 Introduction 23 Comparison of corporate tax and IAS/IFRS bases 23 Relationship between financial accounting and tax accounting 23 Realisation date of.

The European Commission has decided to re-launch the common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB) project in a two-step approach, with the publication on 25 October of two new interconnected proposals on a common corporate tax base (CCTB) and a common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB).

The CCTB provides for the determination of a single set of rules. Another major initiative is taking place in the European Union (EU), in the form of a proposed Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) that would provide a single set of rules that cross-border companies could use to calculate their taxable profits in the EU, as well as reorganize how tax revenue is allocated among the EU Member States.

A “genuine tax consolidation” as used for Dutch tax purposes or for the Common Consolidated Tax Base (CCTB) means the aggregation of all individual pre-tax results of group members with elimination of all intra-group transactions; the tax base is the overall net result of the group.

: The EU Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base: Critical Analysis (Eucotax Series on European Taxation) (): Jan Van De Streek, Dennis Weber: Books.

Preface This book contains the proceedings of the International Tax Conference on the c- th th mon consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB) that was held in Berlin on 15 – 16 may The conference was jointly organised by the German Federal Ministry of Finance, the Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW), Mannheim, and the Max Planck.

EU - Public consultation on further corporate tax transparency; EU - Introducing public country-by-country reporting for multinational enterprises; EU - Re-launch of the Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base (CCCTB) Fight­ing ef­fec­tive­ly against tax cheat­ing, de­vi­ous tax.

Achieving a Common Consolidated Corporate Tax Base in the EU, Brussels: CEPS. [Google Scholar]). The most important adjustments required by tax law refer to depreciation and amortization, provisions and interests expenses.

See the appendix for further details. Presidential decree 22 DecemberArticles 83 and (Section 4). were unveiled yesterday. Pierre Moscovici, the EU’s economics commissioner, presented a proposal for the common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB) in Strasbourg.

The relaunch of the CCCTB. Specifically, the European Commission aims at reinforcing entrepreneurship and boosting economic growth by promoting tax transparency. In Octoberthe European Commission re-launched the Common Corporate Consolidated Tax Base (CCCTB), a single set of rules to calculate companies’ taxable profits in the EU.

The European Commission has supported the plan of introducing a common consolidated corporate tax base (CCCTB) for a decade, and the first draft directive was issued in Under the CCCTB, a multinational corporate group is taxed on the basis of its consolidated group profit and it is determined according to a common set of rules (including.