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Current Practice of Automatic Tax Information Exchange in Selected Countries
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Current Practice of Automatic Tax Information Exchange in Selected Countries

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(March 2014)

 
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Markus Meinzer gives an overview of research to automatic tax information exchange systems between states. These systems should reduce cross-border tax evasion on capital and business incomes. He reports the results of a survey undertaken by him in 15 OECD-countries. For this survey he distributed a questionnaire to the ministries of finance and to taxing authorities. These data provide an overview of automatic tax information exchange systems which are far more widespread than it is commonly thought. Meinzer discusses the efficiency and effectiveness of these systems and gives recommendations how the observed deficiencies could be mitigated.


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Markus Meinzer

is a senior analyst for the Tax Justice Network (TJN) in London. He studied development economics as a component of his political science degree at the Free University of Berlin. He is a special invitee to the Permanent Committee on International Tax Planning Control of the Inter-American Centre of Tax Administrations. Based in Germany, he co-author's TJN's German language blog at http://steuergerechtigkeit.blogspot.com.