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By Alexander Hartley
The tax director who stunned participants at the OECD’s digital tax consultation with a fleshed-out proposal for formulary apportionment of corporate profits speaks to International Tax Review in an exclusive interview.
By International Tax Review
Arvind Singal and Nitin Kapoor of RBS Services India analyzes India’s move away from transfer pricing norms and the global consensus on taxing rights, and what it could mean for companies.
By Josh White
The BEPS project has had a fundamental impact on how multinational companies are structuring their intangible assets. Josh White investigates how businesses are reorganizing their tax arrangements to meet their commercial needs.
By Niv Elis
President Trump's signature tax law, the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, left wages growing less quickly than the overall economy, which itself got only a minimal boost, according to a Congressional Research Service (CRS) report released Tuesday. "On the whole, the growth effects tend to show a relatively small (if any) first-year effect on the economy," the report found.
By Chris Mills
Representatives for business giants including Microsoft, Capital One and Johnson & Johnson, are heading to Capitol Hill this week to push for a carbon tax, Roll Call reported Monday. Officials from more than 75 companies will meet with Congress Wednesday to call for a “meaningful” national price on carbon emissions, a sustainable investment group behind the effort told Roll Call.
By Alexander HartleyBusinesses and tax experts involved in the digital tax debate cannot agree over which of the OECD’s proposed pillars ought to be implemented first, and whether there is a real need for either.
By Joshua RosenbergFederal guidance on the tax treatment of cryptocurrencies — guidance that practitioners have been waiting on for years — will be released soon, Internal Revenue Service Commissioner Chuck Rettig has told Congress.
By Danish MehboobFinancial reports show businesses such as Target and JPMorgan Chase lowering their effective tax rates, but they remain uncertain about the long-term impact of US tax reform, which has limited corporate planning and restructuring.
By Naomi JagodaSenate Finance Committee ranking member Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) on Thursday introduced a bill that would end tax benefits for investment-fund managers' carried interest, a move that comes shortly after President Trumpreiterated his desire to so.
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