Domestic and international tax legislation is constantly evolving. We see more countries addressing and implementing international corporate tax reforms, including BEPS, initiated by the OECD, and the EU’s Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive (ATAD). In addition, a number of developments are emerging aimed at tackling the challenges that the digital economy creates for the international tax system.
Taxation of the digital economy and pushing fiscal boundaries
There is a widespread - but not yet universal - view that the international tax system needs reform in order to address the digitalisation of the global economy. BDO is building a set of tools which will help you assess how your business and operating models may be impacted by the advent of countries introducing measures locally. BDO is also leading research and providing input into the OECD's ongoing work in respect of this important policy matter. You can find more detailed information here.
When your business expands beyond your home country’s borders, tax matters become even more complicated. That’s why it’s important that your advisors are knowledgeable and experienced in every jurisdiction you do business in. BDO’s tax professionals in 162 countries and territories have experience managing the most complex tax challenges across a wide variety of industries and across international borders. We bring our collective knowledge to all engagements, and offer a range of services aimed at helping you:
- Comply with tax laws world-wide
- Manage the taxes your businesses pay globally and your tax risk
- Structure your investments in other countries tax effectively
- Implement tax effective repatriation strategies
- Build practical solutions that support the way your business operates
- Ensure your tax planning withstands scrutiny by the tax authorities.
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To talk to your local BDO corporate international tax expert, please visit the BDO web site for your country.
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