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Documents published by Mazars can be found here.

IFRS Newsletter No. 02 – 2016

This newsletter has been created to inform you on the latest IFRS updates and provides a detailed analysis on the limited amendments to IAS 12: Recognition of deferred tax assets for unrealized losses.

Mazars Global Mobility Alert – February 2016

This Alert highlights the latest Global Mobility developments and hot issues in Canada and Croatia, some EU Immigration issues which might be of interest when planning your strategies and the major changes in the Romanian personal income tax legislation.

IFRS Newsletter No. 01 – 2016

This Newsletter has been created to inform you on the latest IFRS updates and provides a detailed analysis to help you absorb the technical challenges related to the implementation of IFRS 16, the new standard on leases.

Creating Shared Value: Mazars Group publishes its 2014-2015 Annual Report

2014-2015 was a remarkable year for Mazars, with an outstanding 15.9% growth and a 1.25 Bn € turnover, proving its robustness and resilience in a fast-transforming world. The Group also celebrated the 20th anniversary of its international integrated partnership, a unique model which has allowed Mazars to become an influential challenger in the audit, accounting, advisory, tax and legal services industry, present on all continents.

2013/2014 Group Annual Report: “Breaking New Ground” – Welcome to the 10th edition of the Mazars Group Annual Report

“Breaking New Ground” is the embodiment of our history, the history of an organization that isn’t afraid to move forward, to be curious, to try out new tools and listen to different voices, to venture into new markets and discover new territories. At Mazars, we are convinced that the key to developing long term solutions for future generations lies in being bold. Key figures, strategies, interviews, case studies: everything you need to know about us is in the 2013/2014 edition of our Group Annual Report.

Doing business in Canada

"Doing Business in Canada" is a document designed to facilitate the exploring and research of business opportunities for individuals who wish to invest or start a business in Canada. This document presents an overview of the different aspects of business practices and methods that characterize Canada, and particularly Québec.

Mazars Global Mobility Alert, November 2014

As part of the 6th Belgian State Reform, the Belgian government has adopted the fiscal regionalization of certain tax benefits which will be split between the federal and regional government starting from January 1, 2014. Consequently, certain tax benefits (e.g. mortgage deductions, service vouchers, childcare expenses) will become a regional tax matter while other credits (e.g. lump sum personal tax credits and credits for dependent persons) will remain a federal matter.

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