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Directive 2018/822 (‘DAC6’) aims at ensuring the exchange of information between Member States of potentially tax-aggressive arrangements. To do so, the European legislator has entrusted intermediaries across the European Union with the task of gathering and reporting a number of potentially...
On 15 July 2020, the EU Commission published a proposal for a directive amending, for the sixth time, Directive 2011/16/EU on administrative cooperation in the field of taxation. The DAC7 Proposal extends EU tax transparency rules to digital platforms. It is proposed that EU Member States will...
During 2020, the OECD and the EU Commission have separately unveiled two proposals both laying down new rules for reporting of tax information by sharing and gig economy platforms. Although the template used for tax reporting by sharing and gig economy platforms is nearly the same, some...
This article examines the extent to which the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) takes into account the privileged nature of tax claims in enforced collection proceedings. Conducted within the framework of the right to property, the aim is to find a response to this question: Does the ECtHR...
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