Key Haven News items
- New Conference Added @ 2.7.20
38th Annual “Oxford” (Virtual) Three-Silk Seminar
PRACTICAL TAX PLANNING 2020
Tuesday September 29th - Thursday October 1st 2020
The planned residential seminar at Merton this year cannot be held on account of the pandemic. Instead, the Seminar will be virtual, spread over three mornings of talks with an extended tea- time question session to the panel each day.
The 39th ‘PRACTICAL TAX PLANNING 2021’ has been scheduled to be held again at Merton College Oxford between 28th and the 30th September 2021.
- Taxation of Non-Residents and Foreign Domiciliaries 19th Edition 2020/21 @ 15.5.20
The online subscription for 19th Edition of online TFD runs from April 1st 2020 for 12 months. The subscription period will end on March 31st 2021. This edition was initially based on the Finance Bill as published on March 17th 2020 and updated subsequently as necessary. The hard copy, which will not be produced until Finance Act 2020 has become law, is likely to be published in early June 2020 and the provisional date for arrival from the printer is the 12th June 2020.
Hard copy now printed and available Updated @ 10.6.20
The Book is available for purchase in three forms in the Books Section of the website: On-line version only, hard copy version only and combined on-line and hard copy. multiple books and licence prices available on request.
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- New Article Added to the ECTJ @ 9.6.20
ECTJ Vol.18.12 'HB CASE: Disparity Not Discrimination' - Dr Tom O’Shea @ 9.6.20
Please visit the Reviews Section of the Key Haven website to view the article.
- New Articles Add to ECTJ @ 28.3.20
Two new articles have been added to the ECTJ @ 28.3.20:
ECTJ Vol.18.10 - 'K-A DEKA: Dutch Withholding Taxes on Dividends Before the CJEU Again!' - Dr Tom O’Shea - @28.3.20
ECTJ Vol.18.11 'ANTON VAN ZANTBEEK: Belgian Stock Exchange Transactions’ Tax Did Not Breach EU Law' - Dr Tom O’Shea @ 28.3.20
Please visit the Reviews Section of the website to view the articles.
- New Article Add to ECTJ @ 16.3.20
ECTJ Vol.18.9 'Tax and the Digital Economy - Will Pillar One be the Solution?' - Professor Dr Hans van den Hurk @ 16.3.20. Please visit the Reviews Section of the Website to view the article.