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Worldwide tax summaries 2018/2019 - just published!

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Our worldwide tax summaries for 2018/2019 recently got published!

Worldwide Tax Summaries 2018/2019 is a key reference tool for all tax practitioners. It is a useful tool giving you a quick access to information about the corporate tax systems in over 150 countries worldwide.

The free guide, accessible to all, is written by local PwC tax specialists and features 157 country summaries with over 2700 pages of data covering countries from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe.

Worldwide Tax Summaries (WWTS) is available as an ebook for download, a PDF file, and online at this link. WWTS is updated within approximately 30 days of significant tax developments, with dates provided for the latest revisions.  There is also a listing of tax specialists at PwC member firms around the world who can offer advice and support.

Kristine Veiteberg Braaten

Kristine Veiteberg Braaten

Jeg heter Kristine Veiteberg Braaten og jeg jobber som advokat i Advokatfirmaet PwC. Jeg har jobbet med skatt siden 2011, og jobber i det daglige med nasjonal og internasjonal personbeskatning. I all hovedsak bistår jeg nasjonale og internasjonale selskaper, så vel som privatpersoner, med ulike problemstillinger og forpliktelser som kan oppstå når arbeidstakere sendes over landegrensene. Jeg jobber særlig opp mot utsendt eller innstasjonert personell, utsendelsesavtaler, skatteavtaler og arbeidsgivers rapporteringsforpliktelser. Regelverket er ofte komplisert, med stadige lovendringer. Målet mitt er derfor å spre kunnskap, samt å gi gode og nyttige råd.

Ta gjerne kontakt med meg dersom du har noe du lurer på.

My name is Kristine Veiteberg Braaten and I work as a lawyer in PwC Tax and Legal Services. I have worked with tax since 2011, and on day to day basis I work with national and international personal taxation. I mainly assist national and international companies, as well as private persons, with different issues or obligations that can arise when employees are sent cross-boarder. I especially work with seconded personnel, secondment agreements and policies, tax treaties, and employer’s reporting obligations. The legislation is often complex, and constantly changing. Therefore, my goal is to share knowledge, in addition to give useful advice.

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