New Book Discusses ‘Tax Strategy vs. Countermeasures’

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Naoki Matsuda gives bird’s eye view of countermeasures adopted in major countries against tax strategies

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In today’s world, where it has become fairly easy for a taxpayer to move back and forth from one country to another, it has become quite a common tax strategy, especially among wealthy individuals and multinational companies, to transfer their residence, income and assets abroad mainly to reduce tax burden. Focusing on this issue, author Naoki Matsuda shares the product of intense research to address various “Tax Strategy vs. Countermeasures” (published by Xlibris).

Many countries have lately been struggling to come up with countermeasures to cope effectively with globalizing and sophisticating tax strategies. This book looks into and compares some noteworthy countermeasures adopted in such jurisdictions as US, UK, EU, India, China (including Hong Kong) and Japan. The author categorizes, for the sake of comparative analysis, those countermeasures into the following: (i) countermeasures against tax avoidance, (ii) countermeasures against taxpayer migration, (iii) countermeasures against income/assets shifting, (iv) measures for effective grasp of income/assets.

In today’s society, tax strategies to reduce tax burden are appealing to many taxpayers while many countries have been struggling to find and adopt countermeasures that could reduce their appeal or cope effectively with them. It is Matsuda’s main goal to propose ways to restructure Japan’s countermeasures against tax strategies, but each chapter also looks into countermeasures adopted in the abovementioned jurisdictions to make comparative analysis and draw insight from them.

“No other book has gone so far as to compare so many countries’ countermeasures against tax strategies,” Matsuda remarks on what makes his book unique. “And this book does not stop there because it analyzes and compares their similarities and differences to draw insights to make several proposals for restructuring Japan’s countermeasures.”

“Tax Strategy vs. Countermeasures”
By Naoki Matsuda
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 494 pages | ISBN 9781514413371
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 494 pages | ISBN 9781514413388
E-Book | 494 pages | ISBN 9781514413395
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble

About the Author
Naoki Matsuda, doctor of law, is a visiting scholar (August 2013–July 2015) sent from the Ministry of Finance in Japan to Columbia Business School and Weatherhead East Asian Institute in Columbia University, New York. He was a professor at Kaetsu Graduate School in Tokyo (2010–2013), a visiting professor at Graduate School of Seigakuin University in Saitama Pref. (2010–2013), a visiting professor / associate professor at Graduate Research Institute of Public Policies in Tokyo (2002–2013), a lecturer at Hitotsubashi Law School in Tokyo (2005–2007), and principal administrator of the Directorate for Financial, Fiscal, and Enterprise Affairs (DAFFE) at OECD in Paris (1997–1999).

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