OECD surveys business about need for tax certainty

The OECD today invited business representatives to respond to a survey on how tax certainty promotes investment.

Business leaders are asked how the tax laws and practices of different countries they have operated in or have considered operating in have affected their investment and location decisions. Survey respondents are asked whether the lack of tax certainty in a country caused their business to alter its behavior.

The OECD work responds to the G20’s agenda, agreed to during the leader’s September 4–5, meeting in Hangzhou, China. The US had been pushing for countries to focus the topic of tax certainty.

The OECD intends to hold a question and answer session on the questionnaire via webinar on Tuesday, October 25.

The survey will be anonymous, and will run until December 16.

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