Ksenija Cipek

Ksenija Cipek is based in Zagreb, Croatia and she is a lecturer at the local University of Law and a Member of European Law Institute. Ksenija has over 20 years experience working at the Ministry of Finance and the Tax Administration. She is a highly respected and recognised tax expert who has been heavily involved in lawmaking. Ksenija is also an author and books writer.

Writes about:

Direct Taxes; Tax Systems; Europen Tax Legislation; Legal and Risk Management; Compliance; International Taxation.

Frequency of writing:

Monthly

Contact Ksenija:

kscipek@xnet.hr

  • Articles by Ksenija Cipek

  • Greater understanding of the behavioral motive triggered by taxpayers in fulfilling or failing to meet their tax obligations can help the tax administration to adopt approaches that will increase voluntary compliance and which will improve the effectiveness of non-compliance activities.
  • A number of tax administrations have long ago established systems or processes aimed at reducing administrative burdens imposed to taxpayers, especially obligations related to tax on labor, including automated reporting on payroll.
  • At the global level, there is not only no unified tax treatment of bitcoin or other crypto currency (which is not surprising since each country decides on its tax system depending on many factors), but there is also no single definition of what bitcoin actually is, or any other crypto currency.
  • One of the tax risks managed by taxpayers is the risk of disclosing data that will be important for the determination of tax liabilities.
  • To the mutual linkage of legislation, as complete law in a particular country, and the development of technology, especially in the field of information technology and artificial intelligence, has often not been paid enough attention in the past.
  • With the Act on Amendments to the Tax Administration Act , the Tax Administration of the Republic of Croatia obtained the legal framework for adopting the concept of horizontal monitoring, although the term itself was already applicable in the everyday work of the Tax Administration.
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