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Taxation of sportsmen and entertainers

Robert W. Maas

Taxation of sportsmen and entertainers

by Robert W. Maas

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Published by Accountancy in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementRobert W. Maas.
SeriesTax digests ; no. 122
The Physical Object
Pagination36p.
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15379572M
ISBN 101853554332
OCLC/WorldCa59819063

The book, now in its 8th edition, covers both the intellectual property law and the relevant taxation law and the interface between the two - working as your guide through the convoluted maze of IP taxation. Thin capitalisation: taxation of entertainers, artistes and sportsmen / Author: [Committee on Fiscal Affairs]. --Publication info: Paris: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, Format: Book, Government Document.

DTAAs usually specify a separate article (article 17 as per the model convention) that deals with incomes of entertainers and sportspersons who perform internationally. The model convention as well the most DTAAs entered into by India provide for taxation of incomes earned at the country of source, which for the purposes of this study is India. Simpson, A.: Taxation of Non-Resident Entertainers and Sportsmen: The United Kingdom's Defi nition of Performance Income and How it Ought to be Measured, Washington University Global Studies Law Author: Michal Radvan.

Taxation of the Entertainment Industry (Ninth Edition) is an insightful treatise that helps practitioners spot unique issues before they become problems, interpret rules and regulations correctly, make business decisions that lower taxes, and ensure compliance with the law. This valuable reference by expert practitioner and author, Schuyler Moore, provides in-depth treatment of the taxation of. This book examines the (in)applicability of Arti with its source-based taxation, to income earned by sportsmen from their participation in the Olympics. It discusses the profits that Olympians may derive from the Games and the tax treatment of such profits under Article 17 of the OECD Model from the perspective of international tax policy.


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Taxation of Entertainers and Sportspersons Performing Abroad, comprising the proceedings and working documents of an annual seminar held in Milan in Novemberis a detailed and comprehensive study on the taxation of highly mobile individuals engaged in Pages: Chartered Institute of Taxation: The Taxation Of International Entertainers and Athletes (Chartered Institute of Taxation,) [Sandler, Daniel] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Chartered Institute of Taxation: The Taxation Of International Entertainers. Book Now Book Now. 10 June The Millennium Knightsbridge Hotel, London. And we look at Article 17 which continues to be a major component in the advice of the taxation of international entertainers.

Finally, we conclude with an overview from one of the country’s experts and an adviser to many of the top stars. This book analyses the tax treatment of income received from participation in international sports competition and the extent to which double tax treaty provisions based on article 17 of the OECD Model Tax Convention can be used to regulate the taxation of international sportsmen in the context of sports : Karolina Tetłak.

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Strategic Relocation Can Pay Off. Living and working in income tax-free states offers an obvious tax edge for entertainers and athletes, and the new cap on SALT deductions has magnified the Author: Harvey Bezozi.

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 Still, normally they do not have a qualified connection - a permanent establishment in the state of performance or a presence fulfilling the criteria of the days rule-to the state of source.  Therefore, the. The Taxation of International Entertainers and Athletes: All the World's a Stage provides a comprehensive and detailed analysis of the taxation of non-resident entertainers and athletes in seven countries: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.

The book deals with the many sources of income which such individuals can derive, including income from Format: Hardcover. Washington University Global Studies Law Review Volume 11 Issue 3 Taxation of Non-Resident Entertainers and Sportsmen: The United Kingdom's Definition of Performance Income and How it Ought to.

In Taxation of Entertainers, Athletes, and Artists, Lionel Sobel discusses the many complex issues affecting the income taxation of these professionals.

In the first part, the book deals exclusively with U.S. domestic taxation policies and procedures, covering how the United States taxes income earned in the United States by entertainers. These Regulations, made by the Treasury under the provisions of Schedule 11 to the Finance Act (“Schedule 11”), provide for a scheme of deduction of tax by payers out of payments (and for payment of tax in respect of transfers of value) made to non-resident entertainers and sportsmen in relation to their appearances in the United Kingdom.

Thin capitalisation ; Taxation of entertainers, artistes, and sportsmen. Paris: Washington, D.C: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ; OECD Publications and Information Centre [distributor] MLA Citation.

Organisation for Economic Co-operation and. Certainly, the athlete's taxation can differ significantly, depending on the state's method of taxation, as well as a particular athlete's residence, sport and location of activities.

Entertainers: Like athletes, states may also tax entertainers on a duty days or "performance days" method (i.e., working days within and without the state).

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Double Taxation Relief and Exchange of Information Arrangements; What you need to know as a Non-resident Entertainer / Sportsman in Hong Kong. Related Information and Pamphlet See Pamphlet: Taxation of Non-resident Entertainers and Sportsmen in Hong Kong; Public form: IR Spain Taxation and Investment Contents Investment climate Business environment Currency Banking and financing Foreign investment Tax incentives Exchange controls Setting up a business Principal forms of business entity Regulation of business Accounting, filing and auditing requirements.

The IRS also justifies taxation on the basis that the foreign athlete is able to attract and secure sponsorships, in part, because of his or her performance in U.S. tournaments. This position may sound harsh, but the United States is not the only country taking this position (consider the U.K.

tax authority's taxation of Andre Agassi's Nike.As a professional athlete or entertainer, your body is your business. The Game Plan practice of Daszkal Bolton provides accounting for athletes and entertainers, including tax planning and compliance services as well as financial management accounting for athletes Game Plan helps athletes and entertainers maximize their wealth while reducing taxes.amendments effected by the Taxation Laws Amendment Act 17 of and the Taxation Laws Second Amendment Act 18 of The main focus of this guide is the taxation of professional sports players and clubs and not amateur players.

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