Taxation and customs union

Consultation on Disincentives for advisors and intermediaries for potentially aggressive tax planning schemes

 


Title

 

Consultation on Disincentives for advisors and intermediaries for potentially aggressive tax planning schemes

Policy field(s)

 

Taxation

Target group(s)

 

All stakeholders

Period of consultation

 

                        From 10.11.2016  to 16.02.2017

Objective of the consultation

 

 

This consultation aims to gather views on whether there is a need for EU action aimed at introducing more effective disincentives for intermediaries engaged in operations that facilitate tax evasion and tax avoidance and in case there is, how it should be designed.

This consultation wants to gather views in particular on the following:
•Need for EU action.
•The different options identified, in case EU action is appropriate.
•The key design features of a possible disclosure regime.

The results of the public consultation will be duly published, together with the responses provided.

This consultation might be complemented by further targeted consultations with Member States, experts, professional associations, think tanks and others.

 

How to submit your contribution

 

This is an open consultation seeking to capture the views and opinions of any interested persons (citizens, companies, NGOs, academics, local and other public authorities, international organisations, etc.).

If you wish to contribute by answering the open consultation, please click here to submit your contribution.

Contact details

 

responsible service

Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union
Indirect Taxes other than VAT - Unit TAXUD/D2

 

e-mail

TAXUD-UNIT-D2@ec.europa.eu

 

postal address

European Commission
Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union
Direct Tax Policy & Cooperation - Unit TAXUD/D2
Rue du Spa 2, Office SPA3 06/069
B-1049 Brussels
Belgium

 

View the contributions

 

In the interests of transparency, organisations have been invited to provide the public with relevant information about themselves by registering in the Transparency Register and subscribing to its Code of Conduct. If the organisation is not registered, the submission is published separately from the registered organisations.

I. Contributions from Registered Organisations

  1. Contributions by organisations registered in the Transparency register 
  2. Documents submitted by contributors in the Transparency register to the public consultation
     

II. Contributions from Public Authorities (e.g. international, European, national, regional)

III. Contributions from Private Individuals

IV. Contributions from Non-Registered Organisations

  1. Contributions by organisations not registered in the Transparency register
  2. Documents submitted by contributors in the Transparency register to the public consultation
     

V. Additional contributions to the public consultation 

VI. Report summarising the outcome of the consultation

 

Results of consultation and next steps

Protection of personal data

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