Sweden's Anti-Tax Avoidance Rules May Ensnare More Companies

The Swedish government, in a Sept. 4 announcement from the Ministry of Finance, announced a reworking of its white list, which is made up of countries in which foreign income isn't subject to Swedish taxation. The changes are meant to align with the EU's Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive, and make aggressive tax planning more difficult resulting in more foreign-owned companies exposed to Sweden’s corporate anti-avoidance rules. 

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By Barrett, Michael, posted on Thursday September 13, 2018

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