Global Tax Reform: BEPS and Tax Transparency as Drivers

Insights on the drivers of global tax reform affecting multinational companies

Manal Corwin

Manal Corwin

Principal in Charge, Washington National Tax, KPMG US

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The OECD’s base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project has spurred jurisdictions around the world to adopt wide-ranging tax reforms to address BEPS and transparency issues, including country-by-country (CbyC) reporting and tax treaty changes implemented via the multilateral instrument (MLI). The OECD is now poised to recommend a long-term solution to addressing the challenges arising from digital business models. Together, these reforms are creating a significant impact on the global tax landscape.

 

Tax & Digitalization

Developments in the taxation of the digital economy

TaxNewsFlash—BEPS

BEPS and tax transparency developments

Multilateral Instruments

Updates & insights on U.S. income tax treaties & the OECD's MLI

Resources to keep track of adoption of BEPS-related developments

BEPS Action 1: Taxation of the Digitalized Economy – Development Summary
Overview, covering direct and indirect taxes, of how countries are responding to the challenges arising from the digitalized economy, as of June 26, 2020
BEPS Action 13: Country Implementation Summary
Overview of countries that intend to adopt, or have already adopted, draft or final legislation or regulations implementing the OECD's BEPS Action 13 documentation requirements, as of June 26, 2020
BEPS Action 15 - MLI: Country Implementation Summary
Overview of countries that intend to sign on, or have already signed on the OECD's BEPS Action 15 Multilateral Instrument, as of June 24, 2020
List of Signed United States Competent Authority Agreements
List of Signed United States Competent Authority Agreements on the exchange of country-by-country reports (CbyCR), as of June 11, 2020

About KPMG's BEPS-related services

Links to OECD and European Commission sites


 

KPMG Articles and Reports

Insights from KPMG professionals on key global tax reform developments