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Thin capitalisation rules are a specific anti-avoidance provision very closely related to the transfer pricing rules, in that they are designed to combat the extraction of excessive pre-tax profits from South Africa. Thin capitalisation arises when a nonresident investor “capitalises” a connected party with loans that are disproportionately large to the equity portion of the capitalisation. The tax avoidance intended to be prevented is that the investor would be paid amounts of interest which would under the current South African domestic law be exempt from tax while the resident recipient of the loans would be ...
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provided an anti- circumvention clause in the definition, which gave more specific guidance on what should be included in economic interest . The current definition of economic interest was shortened in the interests of making the Codes easier to use. The problem is that in shortening it, the guidance given to users is incomplete, which may result in misinterpretation. The following is not in the Codes . However, it reveals the underlying intention of the Codes according to earlier, more comprehensive drafts. Where a verification agency or customer identifies any of the following, the economic interest held by Black people will ... market research, surveys and trends
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U.K. Thin Capitalisation: After the Renovations
and, say, £10 million debt, would be unlikely to suffer any adverse consequences . From April 1, 2004, a deduction for the .... capitalising subsidiaries with “ excessive” levels of debt .... prefer to set the balancing payment at 30 percent of the ... The old thin capitalisation rules recharacterised “bad” interest ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Forty percent of all respondents identified transfer pricing as the most important ... enterprise market segment (annual turnover of between $2m to $250m ) the ATO is .... excessive financing costs in the form of interest and guarantee fees. ... to the thin capitalisation provisions and is a mechanism used to deny ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The Finance Bill, 2010 has introduced a change in interest restriction rules which was not mentioned in the 2010/11 budget speech by Minister for Finance and Economic Affairs Mustafa Mkulo. The change could have significant tax implications for the so-called “exempt-controlled resident entities”. Exempt-controlled resident entities are defined by the Income Tax Act and include most companies under 25 per cent, or more, ownership by non-resident persons, approved retirement funds, charitable organisations or exempt entities, or associates of such persons or entities. Exempt entities include, for example, the East African ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Thin capitalization for tax avoidance
The direct tax code is likely to include a new provision on thin capitalization to prevent companies from borrowing excessively with a view to reduce their tax liability. There are other reasons why companies go in for thin capitalization. The choice between equity and debt is not free. That choice is decided by the solvency risk to be covered, the conditions in the capital market and, if these permit, by reduction in tax liability. A new company would prefer equity to debt because interest cannot be postponed but dividend can. The deciding factor, however, is the market. If it is on the downturn companies will find it difficult ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Sep 11, 2009 ... Most countries have thin capitalisation rules limiting the tax deductibility .... Rule also applies to excessive interest payments between ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
TSB-A-93(21)C:12/93:Indopco, Inc.,Petition No. C930519A,tsba9321c
there are no "hard and fast rules" for what constitutes an excessive ... (8) ' thin' or adequate capitalization; (9) identity of interest between creditor ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Decoding the U.S. Corporate Tax
rates, thin capitalization, WW interest allocation). .... Tax planning offered excuses for reduced transparency, excessive ...
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