Travel rule changes could have tax implications

Electronic authorisation systems to digitise travel

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Alisa Bartholdy and Rehana Earle explain imminent changes to electronic authorisation systems which could have potential implications for the tax position of certain individuals...

In an era where security is paramount, immigration and border control digital transformation are continuing to pick up pace around the world. The European Union and the United Kingdom are too on the brink of a transformative change with an ambition to make their borders fully digitised by the end of 2025, each introducing their own versions of electronic systems that will reshape the way we travel. Such systems will play a pivotal role in fortifying safety measures and border controls, enabling authorities to conduct thorough pre-arrival screening. Individuals who are not currently re...

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