The OECD on October 25 released public comments from 52 individuals and groups on the design of new international tax rules for digital firms. The comments aim to help an OECD task force prepare an interim report on the issue, to be presented to G20 finance ministers in April 2018. It is widely acknowledged that the current . .
Twenty countries have tax laws considered harmful preferential regimes, facilitating tax avoidance by multinationals and reducing the tax base of other countries, an OECD report released Monday revealed. The review, conducted by the OECD Forum on Harmful Tax Practices (FHTP), assessed countries’ tax laws against . . . .
The OECD has today published peer review reports that critique the tax treaty dispute resolution process of six countries: United States, Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom. The peer review was conducted by the “Inclusive Framework on BEPS,” comprised of over 100 countries that have pledged to . . .
A new “toolkit” which considers how developing nations can address a lack of comparables in transfer pricing, released jointly by the UN, OECD, IMF, and World Bank Group last June, reaffirms that the arm’s length approach can work for all nations but is also an imperfect, “not scientifically pure,” document, a UN official said July 18. Michael Lennard . . .