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France Approves Corporate Tax Changes 

Global Tax Adviser

 

January 21, 2014

 

Alex Feness
Toronto, International Corporate Tax

 

France's Parliament approved the country's Finance Act for 2014 and Corrective Finance Act for 2013 on December 19, 2013. Most of the legislative changes concern the taxation of companies and aim to reduce a budget deficit by focusing on the taxation of large corporate taxpayers. The new legislation also focuses on the tax treatment of indirect transfers of profit.

Among other changes, the legislation:

 

  • Introduces a new limitation on the deductibility of interest on loans obtained from (French or foreign) related parties
  • Makes it mandatory to provide cost accounting and consolidated accounts to the French tax authorities during a tax audit
  • Requires taxpayers to include rulings from foreign tax authorities in transfer pricing documentation disclosed to the tax authorities.

 

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