The European American Chamber of Commerce (EACC) and the International Property Tax Institute (IPTI) are pleased to announce they have exchanged memberships with one another and are planning to develop joint programs and educational seminars to the benefit of their respective members and others who use their services.
IPTI is an independent, not-for-profit organization which utilizes the expertise of its world wide network of members to assist governments, taxpayers, professionals and academics in obtaining better knowledge and understanding of the complex issue of financing local governments and, in particular, the role of property taxation in this process.
The EACC, also a non-profit, hosts a variety of educational seminars, conferences and roundtables to educate its members and the wider New York business community on matters relevant to doing business on both sides of the Atlantic. The EACC’s goal is to stimulate business development, and to facilitate networking and relationships between European and American businesses and professional organizations.
EACC and IPTI will cooperate in keeping their members informed of events that may be of interest to them and providing data and other information that members will find useful.
In this context: ◊◊ EuroStat just released a report on Taxation trends in the European Union. The report contains a detailed statistical and economic analysis of the tax systems of the Member States of the European Union, plus Iceland and Norway, which are Members of the European Economic Area.
Review the reports Table of contents
Download the report here.