Tax alert newsletter archives
- 5 September 2012 - Red carpet unrolled for alternative investment funds
- 15 June 2012 - Amendments to the Luxembourg-Poland Tax Treaty
- 26 April 2012 - Luxembourg and Germany signed double tax treaty
- 8 March 2012 - Court clarifies tax treatment of share subscription rights
- 10 February 2012 - Luxembourg improves the environment for private investors
- 2 September 2011 - NWT reserve compatibility with European rules
- 19 August 2011 - Specialized Investment Fund law ready for AIFMD
- 12 April 2011 - Luxembourg tax authorities further clarify entry into force of Transfer Pricing Circular issued on January 28th, 2011
- 1 April 2011 - Tax credit extended to qualifying investments in EEA countries
- 30 March 2011 - Luxembourg is removed from Brazilian Grey List
- 2 February 2011 - Sukuk assets qualified as guaranteed debt securities
- 31 January 2011 - Luxembourg tax authorities issue transfer pricing guidelines for financing transactions
- 17 December 2010 - Transposition of UCITS IV Directive
- 3 December 2010 - Parliament approves 2011 tax measures
- 26 October 2010 - Time for the curtain to fall down on 1929 Holding companies
- 20 October 2010 - Luxembourg’s Chamber of Representatives approved on 19 October 2010 a law that will reform the Chamber of Commerce contribution regime
- 12 August 2010 - A new dawn for the investment fund industry
- 30 July 2010 - Mantelkauf case: Game set and match for Taxpayer
- 28 July 2010 - The main tax measures for 2011
- 28 June 2010 - Chamber of Commerce contribution: recent developments
- 24 June 2010 - Islamic finance: Guidance on real estate transactions
- 7 may 2010 - Speech on the State of the Luxembourg
- 22 March 2010 - Tax information exchange agreement approved
- 16 February 2010 - Corporate taxes - Self-assessment regime
- 14 January 2010 - Tax authorities issue guidance on Islamic finance: “no interest, but plenty of attention”
- 10 July 2009 - Luxembourg is on the OECD white list
- 8 July 2009 - Applicability of the parent subsidiary regime to financial instruments
- 27 May 2009 - Tax information exchange agreement with U.S.
- 30 April 2009 - Luxembourg tax treaty network update
- 23 February 2009 - Luxembourg treaty network expands to the Caucasus region
- 14 January 2009 - Luxembourg treaty network crosses the Carpathians
- 17 December 2008 - Modernization of Luxembourg administrations
- 16 December 2008 - Luxembourg: a new hub for intellectual property assets
- 16 December 2008 - German tax law introduces tax changes for foreign asset owning entities
- 10 December 2008 - Unveiling of the speedway between Asia and Europe
- 24 October 2008 - Law to reform Chamber of Commerce contribution announced
- 16 October 2008 - SICAR law reformed: the response awaited by the industry!
- 3 October 2008 - Draft bill would eliminate withholding tax on dividends
- 4 September 2008 - Capital duty law: 1971-2008 – R.I.P.
- 25 July 2008 - Financial instruments in the scope of the participation exemption regime
- 21 July 2008 - Promenade at the edge of Caspian Sea
- 4 June 2008 - On the “spice route” again
- 26 May 2008 - Enhancing Luxembourg’s competitiveness
- 5 May 2008 - What future for the Chamber of Commerce fee?
- 25 February 2008 - Strengthening the overwhelming success of the SICAR!
- 9 January 2008 - Tax reform 2008: main measures affecting individuals
- 19 December 2007 - Publication of the banns with Kuwait
- 5 December 2007 - Luxembourg welcomes EEA countries and new joiners
- 23 November 2007 - DITS: your “one-stop shop” for international tax rates, information and analysis
- 13 November 2007 - Tax reform 2008: the main measures of draft law n°5801 (French version)
- 12 November 2007 - No legal basis for Chamber of Commerce tax?
- 6 November 2007 - An efficient gateway to Europe and Asia
- 17 October 2007 - New incentives for I.P. and tangible investments
- 12 October 2007 - Capital duty to be reduced
- 11 October 2007 - Budget de l’Etat 2008/ Draft Budget law 2008/ Staatshaushaltsvorlage 2008
- 10 October 2007 - «Roller Coasta »: end of the road
- 7 September 2007 - Luxembourg closer to United Arab Emirates
- 21 August 2007 - Guidance issued on risk spreading requirements for specialized investment funds
- 21 August 2007 - Luxembourg expands its treaty network towards Hong-Kong
- 18 July 2007 - Guidance Issued on Conversion of Units in Subfunds of UCITS
- 21 June 2007 - Luxembourg tax treaty network expanding
- 6 June 2007 - Appeals Court concludes denial of group treatment does not violate EU law
- 7 May 2007 - Income derived from real estate situated in France by a Luxembourg company, through an SCI, is taxable in Luxembourg, ruled the Appeals Court
- 20 February 2007 - Specialized investment fund: a new vehicle for alternative investments
- 16 October 2006 - Draft budget law 2007 issued
- 25 July 2006 - European Commission requires repeal of preferential tax regime for 1929 holding companies
- 6 May 2006 - European Court of Justice: Advocate General's opinion on Cadbury Schweppes tax appeal
- 24 April 2006 - The European Commission recently requested information on the Luxembourg tax laws applicable to the SICAR (Venture Capital Investment Company) and the Securitization Vehicle regimes. This request follows the announcement of a formal state aid investigation opened earlier this year on Luxembourg's 1929 tax-exempt company regime.
- 17 February 2006 - The European Commission recently announced that it has launched a formal investigation under the state aid procedure into Luxembourg’s tax-exempt "1929 holding company regime," i.e. the regime that applies to companies governed by Luxembourg’s law of 31 July 1929.
- 30 January 2006 - Luxembourg: treaty with France may be renegotiated - pursuant to France’s request, the 1958 Luxembourg-France tax treaty may be amended to address the taxation of immovable property, which currently is exempt from tax in both countries. If agreed on by the two countries, the protocol could be ratified by the end of 2006 or in 2007, depending on legislative process.
- 20 July 2005 - As from 1 January 2006, the total tax on income in Luxembourg City – including the solidarity surcharge and the municipal business tax on income – may be reduced to below 30% due to an anticipated reduction in the rate of the municipal business tax.