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Stibbe Luxembourg tax team writes on the taxation of cross-border workers

Stibbe Luxembourg tax team writes on the taxation of cross-border wor

Stibbe Luxembourg tax team writes on the taxation of cross-border workers

05.01.2021 LU law

Johan Leonard and Roberto de Castro Mendonça authored the article titled "Taxation of Luxembourg cross-border workforce during the pandemic". The article is featured in the latest issue of the professional periodical "ACE".

ACE is a publication of the Wolters Kluwer group targeted at Luxembourg professionals in the fields of taxation, accounting, audit and finance.

The issue in which the article is featured is available at this link.

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