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The European Commission has launched two public consultations and created an expert group to gather ideas on how to tackle any tax obstacles that hinder the cross-border activity of individuals in the Single Market.

The nation’s chief tax collector made a rare plea for overhauling the nation’s tax laws Wednesday, saying the Internal Revenue Service is eager “to do whatever we can” to help Congress simplify the tax code.

BRAZIL tax rules are more difficult to hack through than the Amazon jungle, so what better way to highlight the mess than to put them in print? All 41,266 pages.

Bulgarian lawmakers passed at first reading amendments to the Taxation and Social Security Procedure Code, Monday.

South Korea needs to redefine what constitutes close family relations in its basic tax code law to reflect realistic social and economic conditions, a think tank belonging to an association of conglomerates insisted Monday.

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