The OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project started in 2013 amid growing concern of tax planning used by multinational enterprises (MNEs) to artificially reduce taxable income / shift profits to low tax countries by benefitting from discrepancies between country specific tax rules.
OECD members and G20 countries defined an Action Plan of 15 items to address the key taxation challenges of today’s global economy. After two years of intensive work and consultation with different stakeholders all actions are now completed.
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Since the OECD’s Action Plan on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) was published in July 2013 with a view to addressing perceived flaws in international tax rules, the work under the Action Plan, backed by the G20 finance ministers, has progressed swifter than expected by many and has resulted in over 10 draft papers being published to date.
So what does BEPS mean for Indirect Taxes?
Whilst only two of the papers published so far contain specific references to Indirect Taxation and VAT, the potential impact of the changes considered in the other BEPS papers will also lead to changes which could indirectly have significant implications for international VAT and customs duties specialists to be aware of going forward. In our webinar, PwC Indirect Tax specialists are going to take a closer look at what the impact of the proposals could be and what to look out for.
Date: June 18, 2015
Time: 16pm CET, 10am Eastern(New York)
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