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Timmermans believes we need to improve and adapt the EU to the challenges it faces and will face in the future. He says we need to defend European values such as women's rights. He thinks other world powers are trying to impose their will upon Europe through commercial measures and weaken the bloc politically. … [Read more...] about EU Elections 2019: Who is Frans Timmermans? And what does he stand for?
This decision is also correct because it supports the U.S. treaty network and global business. The ALS provides the international benchmark for transfer pricing (i.e., allocating tax consequences for transactions between related parties): “a standard designed to prevent variations in tax treatment from impeding international trade and economic development.” The standard allows companies under common control, yet subject to different taxing authorities, to adjust intercompany income and deductions associated with transactions to reflect the allocations that would have resulted had independent companies engaged in the same transaction. The “all cost” method would bring U.S. tax law into conflict with treaty provisions that are premised on the reciprocal application of this standard. Furthermore, relying on the ALS, thousands of U.S. companies and their overseas affiliates engage in transactions valued in the trillions of … [Read more...] about The Wild Ride of the Arm’s-Length Standard Since Its Inception, and on to Its Treatment in Xilinx: What Does It Stand for Today?
The IRS indicated that after-tax reimbursement arrangements, whereby an employer pays taxable money to employees that they can use for health coverage or any other purpose, are not a problem. However, tax-free reimbursement arrangements could be a problem for the IRS. As if to emphasize the seriousness of this issue, the IRS warned that any arrangement that does not comply with its rules (which are only articulated in Notice 2013-54) could subject an employer to a non-deductible excise tax of $100 per day per employee; or $36,500 per employee per year. The penalties are reportable on IRS Form 8928, which has been updated for ACA penalties. … [Read more...] about What Does PPACA Stand For? Punitive Penalties Are Clearly Authorized
In Wisconsin, different tests govern whether an individual is considered an independent contractor for different laws. The test to determine whether an individual is an independent contractor for purposes of worker’s compensation is different than that for unemployment insurance. There is a separate test for the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act governing workplace discrimination, and yet another test for wage and hour issues in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development (DWD) has posted a useful online tool to help employers navigate these multiple tests. … [Read more...] about Where Does Wisconsin Stand On Independent Contractors? It Depends!