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2019 | 15(3) | 38-52
Article title

Impact of Brexit on Corporate Taxes in the European Union

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Impact of Brexit on Corporate Taxes in the European Union
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So-called Brexit and its consequences for the United Kingdom and the Member States of the European Union have been a major topic for several years. There are various conjectures, theories and quality research to address the effects of both options - with or without an agreement - on a variety of economic and political areas. In addition to discussions on the conditions for the United Kingdom's withdrawal from the community, the Union has been trying for many years to harmonize the Corporate Tax legislation. There are ambitions to fully unify the rules and to introduce new stricter measures against tax evasion. In this article, the author examines how one topic affects the other, how important will be the Brexit’s role in the Union's efforts to achieve corporate tax harmonization to date, then she analyses some of the theories and expert estimates, compares them with relevant EU legislation focusing on Corporate Tax obligations, and gives an overview of possible endings. In conclusion, the hypothesis that the remaining Member States should unify their approach to UK entities concerning tax policies as far as possible in order to avoid confusion and difficulties in taxpayers' legal systems and to open the door to tax evasion, will be refuted or confirmed in the conclusion of the article.
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38-52
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published
2019-09-30
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Publication order reference
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.ojs-doi-10_4467_22996834FLR_19_013_11269
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