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European Union - Must the Residence State Allow a Deduction for Foreign-Source Losses in the European Union?

Country:
European Union
Author:
M. Helminen
Issue:
European Taxation, 2011 (Volume 51), No 11
Published:
4 October 2011
This article discusses a pending ECJ case concerning the Finnish tax system, which prevents a Finnish resident individual from deducting foreign losses. The author examines the issue in light of the free movement of capital principle and concludes that, while the Finnish system constitutes a restriction on this principle, it may be justified on the basis of the coherence of the Finnish tax system and the balanced allocation of taxing rights.
 
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