Tax: Corporate crackdown What OECD tax review means for Ireland

Those seven OECD tax deliverables - what they are and how they could affect both businesses and taxpayers

21st September, 2014

The Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project was mandated by the G20 group of wealthy nations. They asked the OECD to examine 15 areas where international tax rules for companies could be improved. The September 16 announcement constitutes the results on the first seven of the original 15.

With all the fog that the OECD announcements generated this week, it’s easy to lose sight of what was actually announced. The fog is understandable – even the executive...

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