- 2016 Tax reform
- Corporate tax filing in Japan
- Entertainment expenses
- Effect of the reverse-charge mechanism on foreign enterprises
- Restricted Stock
- Family Corporations under Japan tax law
- The treatment of donations (kifukin) under Japan tax law
- Filing requirements for the Country-by-Country report and Master File for a Specified Multinational Enterprise Group
- Procedures for claiming tax treaty benefits
- Restrictions on interest expense deduction
- Proposed change to the transfer pricing documentation rules
- Group taxation
In the 2016 tax reform proposal, an amendment to the transfer pricing documentation rules was introduced. The proposal is to make the transfer pricing documentation rules consistent with BEPS Action Plan 13.
A 100%-controlled group with a domestic parent company is allowed to file a consolidated tax return for national corporate income. The consolidated filing system cannot be used though, when the parent company is a foreign company. Where a 100%-controlled group does not file a consolidated tax return, there are a few special rules on transactions betweendomestic members.