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Significant changes are coming to regulations governing international tax.
138 Countries – accounting for 90% of global GDP – are working to implement tax reforms that will fundamentally change the way multinationals are taxed when operating or selling in them.
While some governments have been slow or reluctant to implement the ambitious changes, some, like the EU, have already passed the necessary regulations to support BEPS 2.0 goals and have required member states to comply by the end of 2023.
With piecemeal implementation, the international tax landscape will be more complex beginning in 2024. Multinationals and their suppliers will need to carefully review their supply chain, data management, workflows, cash flow, and tax exposure and obligations.
Join us in an informative webinar as Kyle Freeman, Partner at Dezan Shira & Associates introduces:
- Key features of the Global Minimum Tax agreement
- How key Asian economies are implementing or legislating the new changes
- How companies are going to be impacted and what to do now
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