Budget 2020: International tax: coming to terms with increased complexity compliance and controversy

International businesses are in the midst of a period of turbulence. This is particularly true of the international tax environment. Here, we identify the significant international tax matters to be navigated and the steps Irish businesses are taking to manage these risks

13th October, 2019

US tax reform, EU actions and ongoing developments by the OECD have combined to create a global tax environment that is changing at a faster pace than at any previous time. Despite stated objectives to simplify and unify tax measures, this has instead resulted in more complex rules together with increased compliance and transparency disclosures for corporate taxpayers. The effect has been to increase tax authorities’ investigations, audits and disputes with corporate taxpayers. Combined with...

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