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Taxation of entertainers and sportspersons performing abroad (Seminar) (2015 : Milan, Italy)
Maisto, Guglielmo | International Bureau of Fiscal Documentation
Call no.: K4487.E58 T39 2016Series: EC and international tax law series: v. 13.Publication: Amsterdam : IBFD Publications, [2016]Description: xxxiv, 775 pNotes: "Based on the presentations made at the "Taxation of entertainers and sportspersons performing abroad" seminar that was held in Milan on 30 November 2015"--Foreword, page vii.ISBN: 9789087223618 (hbk.); 9087223617 (hbk.)Subject(s): Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Committee on Fiscal Affairs. Model tax convention on income and on capital -- CongressesEntertainers -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- CongressesSports personnel -- Taxation -- Law and legislation -- CongressesDouble taxation -- CongressesLOC classification: K4487.E58 | T39 2016
Contents:The Canadian/US experience / Chris Anderson -- The EU experience / Daniel Gutmann -- The influence of EU law on the design of domestic tax law for entertainers and sportspersons / Alexander Rust -- Historical development of article 17 OECD model : from the League of Nations to the 2010 OECD model / Andrea Parolini -- The 2014 changes to article 17 of the OECD model tax convention / Jacques Sasseville -- Tax treaty issues related to qualification, allocation and apportionment of income derived by entertainers and sportspersons / Axel Cordewener -- Image rights, sponsoring and advertising income / Mario Tenore -- The application of article 17(2) of the OECD model convention / Angel Juarez -- Elimination of double taxation relief : credit vs exemption / Dick Molenaar -- International sports events and tournaments / Karolina Tetłak -- Football players : employees rather than sportspersons: an exception to article 17 OECD model / Stéphane Rychen -- Argentina / Alejandro E. Messineo -- Australia / Michael Dirkis -- Austria / Matthias Mayer and Stephanie Zolles -- Belgium / Anne Mieke Vandekerkhove and Ellen Vandingenen -- Canada / Chris Anderson and Lance Fraser -- France / Ivana Zivanovic -- Germany / Carsten Schlotter -- Italy / Mario Tenore -- Netherlands / Dick Molenaar -- Poland / Karolina Tetłak -- Portugal / Tiago Marreiros Moreira -- Spain / Angel Juarez -- Switzerland / Ruth Bloch-Riemer -- United kingdom / Euan Lawson -- United states / Monica Oliveira -- Conclusions / Augusto Fantozzi.
Summary: Taxation of Entertainers and Sportspersons Performing Abroad', comprising the proceedings and working documents of an annual seminar held in Milan in November 2015, is a detailed and comprehensive study on the taxation of highly mobile individuals engaged in the artistic and sports sectors. It begins with a comparative analysis of the domestic tax regime of such individuals and then examines the influence of EU law on national law, with a particular emphasis on the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union. 0The book then moves to selected tax treaty issues. In particular, it analyses: (i) the history of article 17 of the OECD Model Tax Convention; (ii) recent developments concerning that article, particularly the 2014 amendments to the Commentary on Article 17 of the OECD Model Convention; (iii) tax treaty issues related to qualification, allocation and apportionment of income derived by entertainers and sportspersons; and (iv) the taxation of income from image rights, sponsorship and advertising.
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"Based on the presentations made at the "Taxation of entertainers and sportspersons performing abroad" seminar that was held in Milan on 30 November 2015"--Foreword, page vii.

Includes bibliographical references.

The Canadian/US experience / Chris Anderson -- The EU experience / Daniel Gutmann -- The influence of EU law on the design of domestic tax law for entertainers and sportspersons / Alexander Rust -- Historical development of article 17 OECD model : from the League of Nations to the 2010 OECD model / Andrea Parolini -- The 2014 changes to article 17 of the OECD model tax convention / Jacques Sasseville -- Tax treaty issues related to qualification, allocation and apportionment of income derived by entertainers and sportspersons / Axel Cordewener -- Image rights, sponsoring and advertising income / Mario Tenore -- The application of article 17(2) of the OECD model convention / Angel Juarez -- Elimination of double taxation relief : credit vs exemption / Dick Molenaar -- International sports events and tournaments / Karolina Tetłak -- Football players : employees rather than sportspersons: an exception to article 17 OECD model / Stéphane Rychen -- Argentina / Alejandro E. Messineo -- Australia / Michael Dirkis -- Austria / Matthias Mayer and Stephanie Zolles -- Belgium / Anne Mieke Vandekerkhove and Ellen Vandingenen -- Canada / Chris Anderson and Lance Fraser -- France / Ivana Zivanovic -- Germany / Carsten Schlotter -- Italy / Mario Tenore -- Netherlands / Dick Molenaar -- Poland / Karolina Tetłak -- Portugal / Tiago Marreiros Moreira -- Spain / Angel Juarez -- Switzerland / Ruth Bloch-Riemer -- United kingdom / Euan Lawson -- United states / Monica Oliveira -- Conclusions / Augusto Fantozzi.

Taxation of Entertainers and Sportspersons Performing Abroad', comprising the proceedings and working documents of an annual seminar held in Milan in November 2015, is a detailed and comprehensive study on the taxation of highly mobile individuals engaged in the artistic and sports sectors. It begins with a comparative analysis of the domestic tax regime of such individuals and then examines the influence of EU law on national law, with a particular emphasis on the jurisprudence of the Court of Justice of the European Union. 0The book then moves to selected tax treaty issues. In particular, it analyses: (i) the history of article 17 of the OECD Model Tax Convention; (ii) recent developments concerning that article, particularly the 2014 amendments to the Commentary on Article 17 of the OECD Model Convention; (iii) tax treaty issues related to qualification, allocation and apportionment of income derived by entertainers and sportspersons; and (iv) the taxation of income from image rights, sponsorship and advertising.

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