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Stibbe: Brexit – ook een fiscale scheiding

Stibbe: Brexit – ook een fiscale scheiding

Stibbe: Brexit – ook een fiscale scheiding

31.05.2016 NL law

De Britten stemmen op 23 juni over een Brexit – een uittreding van het Verenigd Koninkrijk uit de Europese Unie. Een dergelijke scheiding heeft ook fiscale gevolgen. Kunnen de Britten gaan cherry picken of trekken ze aan het kortste eind? Tijd om de balans op te maken van enkele potentiële fiscale gevolgen van een Brits 'nee' tegen de EU.

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