The Supreme Tax Court has allowed an army officer a partial deduction for an elementary level English course held in South Africa.
Tax & Legal
The Supreme Tax Court has held that payments from an employee relief fund in fulfilment of its purpose are deductible as business expenses if the fund is charged to corporation tax on an excess of assets.
The Supreme Tax Court has held that an unlimited partner's fee for management, representation and for liability for the partnership's debts is subject to VAT as a single supply.
The Supreme Tax Court has held that the tax-free portion of a redundancy settlement should be deducted from the down-payment in determining the income accumulation entitlement to progressive rate spread.
The Supreme Tax Court has held that where domestic law excludes a foreign loss, that loss cannot be taken into account when setting the rate to be applied to the other, taxable income.
The Supreme Tax Court has asked the Constitutional Court for a ruling on the conformity with the constitution of the real estate transfer tax valuation provisions applicable to share transfers.
The Supreme Tax Court has filed a preliminary question with the ECJ on the calculation of the German income tax attributable to foreign source income as the maximum amount of the foreign tax credit.
The Supreme Tax Court has held that failure to recognise a British company as an Organschaft parent infringes the tax treaty prohibition on discrimination.
The Supreme Tax Court has held that a profit pooling agreement must run for five full years, i.e. 60 months, for tax recognition.
The Supreme Tax Court has held that an acquirer of a business may appeal against the otherwise final tax obligations of the seller for which he has become liable through the takeover.