Caribbean Tax Law Journal is the tax journal of the IFA Branch Curaçao-Aruba-Sint Maarten. The mission of the journal is to provide a forum for analysis and discussion of international tax law with a focus on developing countries in the Caribbean region (e.g., Curaçao, Aruba, Sint Maarten and Suriname). The Journal also covers the intersecting spheres of tax law between the EU and the OECD. The Caribbean Tax Law Journal pinpoints current tax issues and developments within fiscal policy and tax law, offering practicing lawyers with guidance on new relevant developments in the field.
IFA Branch Curaçao-Aruba-Sint Maarten aims to contribute to international IFA research publications and conducting seminars across the Caribbean Region. The Branch provides a unique forum for practitioners, taxpayers, academics, government officials and the judiciary to network and interact.
Authors are invited to submit papers. Author guidelines and submission instructions for the Caribbean Tax Law Journal are available here [PDF].
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