UK signs tax deal with France, Germany, Italy and Spain

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Nick Huber
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The government has signed an agreement to exchange tax information with France, Germany, Italy and Spain in an effort to catch and deter tax evaders.

Under the agreement, banks in the five countries will have to reveal financial details of foreign clients and give them on to the person’s domicile tax authority to help it check for tax evasion.

The agreement, described as a pilot, is an attempt to...

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21st Apr 2013 21:36

new tax declaration in spain

can someone explain what this new form is all about.

It says for assets over 50k how do you work this out. Also someone says it is for assets over an allowance of 700,000.

Please explain


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