Using Treaties and Holding Companies for Latin American Tax Planning Amanda D. Johnson

ISBN: 9781893323704

Published: March 31st 2005

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164 pages


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Using Treaties and Holding Companies for Latin American Tax Planning  by  Amanda D. Johnson

Using Treaties and Holding Companies for Latin American Tax Planning by Amanda D. Johnson
March 31st 2005 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 164 pages | ISBN: 9781893323704 | 6.63 Mb

New from the editors of Practical Latin American Tax Strategies Tax planners need to be keenly aware of the impact of tax treaties as they consider structuring a firms business in Latin America. For example, advisers are increasingly recommendingMoreNew from the editors of Practical Latin American Tax Strategies Tax planners need to be keenly aware of the impact of tax treaties as they consider structuring a firms business in Latin America. For example, advisers are increasingly recommending the use of Europe for investments into Latin America, not only from a holding company perspective, but also from a financing and royalty stream perspective.

Within Europe, the one jurisdiction that probably is the most attractive for treaty planning is Spain. Other jurisdictions include Netherlands, Luxembourg and possibly Denmark.To help firms navigate treaty planning, WorldTrade Executive has just published a new special report Using Treaties and Holding Companies for Latin American Tax Planning.The report details planning opportunities for: - Argentina - Brazil - The Caribbean - Chile - Colombia - Mexico - VenezuelaThere are also detailed reports on the use of holding companies based in Europe and elsewhere and special situations such as technical assistance, royalty and service payments.



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