Key Considerations for Setting Up Multiple Branches Worldwide

As a business owner, the ambition to set up multiple branches worldwide represents not just your success but also a strategic move towards expansive growth and diversification. If your business is evolving beyond your local boundaries, you may be ready to embrace
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Indicators Your Business is Ready for Corporate Expansion Worldwide

Expanding your business across international borders is an ambitious yet rewarding venture. However, it’s a path that may not suit every business at any given time. The decision to expand globally goes beyond the typical metrics of financial health and market growth.
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UK – Changes to accounts preparation and filing requirements

As well as measures to tackle economic crime, the new Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act aims to improve information held on the UK companies register. Following a lengthy parliamentary process, the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Act (ECCTA or the Act)
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Austria – Corporate Taxes Summary

Basis of corporate income tax (Körperschaftsteuer) Corporations (i.e. limited liability corporation [GmbH], stock corporation [AG]) are subject to unlimited taxation in Austria of their entire (domestic and foreign) income if they have their legal seat or place of effective management in Austria.
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Estonia Corporate Taxes Summary

All undistributed corporate profits are tax exempt. This exemption covers both active (e.g. trading) and passive (e.g. dividends, interest, royalties) types of income. It also covers capital gains from the sale of all types of assets, including shares, securities, and immovable property.
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Poland Corporate Taxes Summary

The CIT is the tax levied on corporate income. The standard CIT rate is 19%. The reduced CIT rate of 9% can be applied for income, other than capital gains, if the taxpayer: The lower rate does not apply to tax capital
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French Corporate Taxes summary

A resident company is subject to corporate income tax (CIT) in France on its French-source income. In that respect, income attributable to foreign business activity (if there is no treaty in force between France and the relevant foreign country) or to a foreign
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Guidance for making R&D claims released

HMRC issues its guidelines for compliance on what qualifies as R&D for tax purposes. The publication of HMRC’s latest guideline highlights the importance of correctly identifying whether a research and development (R&D) claim meets the necessary conditions to qualify for tax relief.  
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Tax credits benefitting companies investing in digital and green transformation – Luxembourg

Brief Summary From 1 January 2024 onward, investment tax credits will change in the following ways: Detailed Look On 19 December 2023, the Luxembourg Chamber of Deputies adopted a law to modernize the current investment tax credit; it will take effect 1
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Luxembourg Double Tax Treaty Network

Individual – Foreign tax relief and tax treaties Last updated – 08 January 2024 Foreign tax relief Foreign income received by residents that is subject to a tax equivalent to Luxembourg income tax and is not exempted by a DTT is granted
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