Economist Michael McDonald has left the US Treasury Department to rejoin Ernst & Young in its National Tax Department – International Tax Services, Transfer Pricing, the firm announced today. McDonald was a financial . . .
Ireland’s government on September 12 released a report recommending significant changes to the countries’ corporate tax and transfer pricing rules. The report, prepared by Seamus Coffey, an independent expert appointed to . . .
Countries will continue to advance unilateral measures to tax digital businesses unless there is some sign that international consensus can be reached on appropriately taxing these firms, an OECD official warned Wednesday. Speaking during . . .
The UN has published the second edition of the United Nations Handbook on Selected Issues in Protecting the Tax Base of Developing Countries, updating the manual and adding new chapters on base-eroding payments of rents . . .
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) announced September 7 that it is conducting an in-depth review the tax and transfer pricing practices of the pharmaceutical industry to make sure that the correct amount of tax . . .
The US is negotiating with Bermuda to annually exchange country-by-country reports on large multinational businesses, the IRS said today. The exchange relates to a 2015 deal reached between nations resulting . . .
The OECD today released updated international tax guidance on country-by-country reporting by multinationals and new guidance detailing the “appropriate use” by tax administrations of the country-by-county data. Both sets of guidance add further detail to . . .
Andersen Tax & Legal has opened a new office in Querétaro, Mexico and has tasked transfer pricing specialist Miguel Trejo with running the new operation, Anderson Global announced August 29. Besides focusing on transfer pricing . . .
Chevron Australia has withdrawn an appeal to Australia’s High Court challenging a key transfer pricing decision concerning the appropriate arm’s length interest rate for a Chevron group intercompany loan. As such, the . . .
Stefano Mariani and Calvin Ng of Deacons discuss the Hong Kong government’s July 31 announcements on its planned response to BEPS, which according to the authors, reveal that the territory will soon abandon its its longstanding stance as an easy and light-touch structuring jurisdiction . . .