were sufficient and, therefore, the arrangement was not held as tax avoidance.
Instead, in the case KHO 2010/103, Unpublished decision. the company owned by a professional golfer was not disregarded in the taxation, as the Tax Recipients’ Legal Services Unit had required based on Section 28 of the VML. A taxpayer who had been playing golf as his profession for a long time had the purpose of setting up a company to conduct competitive activities, administering necessary support functions as well as administering and exploiting intellectual property rights. The
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