In 2007, tax planning is getting more and more complex.
Why? For two main reasons:
One is the considerable shift of power from the tax payers to the tax authorities. The other is the increase of arbitrary to the point of sometimes questioning some basic principles of law. Clearly the power of tax authorities seems to become too important.
Thus, the redrawing of boundaries between tax payers and tax authorities puts a developing pressure on sophisticated (or even simple) tax schemes.
How can individuals or corporations cope with that totally new situation? This is what the conference will be about.