|Compilers:||Adrián Popovič • Jozef Sábo|
|Year of publication:||2021|
|Number of pages:||53|
|Faculty:||Faculty of Law|
|Department:||Department of Financial Law, Tax Law and Economy|
|Note:||Podporené v rámci projektu APVV-19-0124 „Daňové právo a nové javy v ekonomike (digitálne služby, zdieľaná ekonomika, virtuálne meny)“.|
|Licencia:||Creative Commons BY ND (Uveďte autora - Nespracovávajte)|
Reviewed proceedings from the student symposium organized on the occasion of IV. Slovak-Czech days of tax law
The International Scientific Conference IV. Slovak-Czech days of tax law was held 16th - 18th June 2021 in Košice (Faculty of Law of Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice). On this occasion, a student symposium on the topic: "Current Challenges of Tax Law" was organized for students of the Pavol Jozef Šafárik University Faculty of Law in Košice on 15th June 2021. The focus of the symposium was chosen due to the content of the grant project APVV-19-0124 entitled "Tax law and new phenomena in the economy (digital services, shared economy, virtual currencies)", which is currently being addressed at the Department of Financial Law, Tax Law and Economy, Faculty of Law, Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice.
The output of this symposium is a reviewed proceeding of papers, in which students focus on examining the current challenges of tax law. In this context, students examine not only the current challenges in the field of real estate tax and the introduction of taxation based on their market value of real estate, the decision-making of the Court of Justice of the European Union in the field of direct taxation and indirect taxation, but also new and extremely current taxation issues of cryptoactive (virtual currency) taxation, not only in the Slovak Republic but also in the world.
The authors also assess in detail the current situation in the research area, and they also present de lege ferenda proposals that could contribute to the development and improvement of several aspects of taxation, which is a benefit not only for legal science but also for application practice.