How does your global tax compliance look in the bright light of BEPS?
Meet your obligations.
More than 10,000 multinational enterprises (MNEs) are subject to BEPS-related filings.
Nearly 100 countries have implemented legislation and other guidance to align their cross-border tax and transfer pricing rules with the OECD’s BEPS recommendations—and BEPS-related filings are underway. Is your global business effectively managing its transfer pricing data, monitoring and reacting to relevant BEPS legislation worldwide and able to meet BEPS Master File, Local File and Country-by-Country (CbC) reporting requirements?
Although BEPS brings unprecedented transparency to your tax documentation and reporting practices, your global business can thrive in the spotlight. Stay up to date on the latest BEPS developments and best practices to inform your global tax strategy, execute on your BEPS obligations and deliver scrutiny-proof reports that tax authorities expect.What is BEPS?
2017 Global BEPS Survey Report
Our 2017 Global BEPS Survey Report on the results provides a closer look at the fundamental changes BEPS has brought to tax reporting for organizations worldwide. It also reveals how the world’s multinational enterprises are managing the challenges of BEPS with the help of new strategies, operational changes and technologies.Download the report
BEPS in the Spotlight
Free report: BEPS Action Item 13 — The importance of intercompany agreements in a post-BEPS era
Preparing for BEPS
How are global jurisdictions and multinational corporations reacting to and preparing for BEPS? Our analysis discusses the impact of emerging legislation, provides insights, and shares best practices to help you comply.
When choosing technology for managing BEPS Action 13 reporting, does one size really fit all?Download the special report
BEPS Filing Requirements for Multinationals Under Country-by-Country ReportingDownload the special report
BEPS Update: U.S. Voluntary Filing Unlikely to Offer Viable Alternative to Local CbC FilingDownload the report
Videos and key stakeholder conversations
Brian Peccarelli, President of Tax & Accounting, explains how Thomson Reuters Trusted Answers can help global corporations navigate changing regulations in international taxation and transfer pricing.
Deputy assistant secretary of international tax affairs for the United States Treasury, Robert Stack, discusses the BEPS MLI, the EC Apple ruling, US tax reform and the IRS judgement on implementing master and local filing.
Pascal Saint-Amans, tax policy director for the OECD, discusses the controversial Apple ruling in Ireland, the impact of the BEPS implementation process, and the BEPS MLI.
IFA president Porus Kaka speaks about uncertainty around BEPS and his concern surrounding country by country (CbC) reporting.
Martin Kreienbaum, director general of International Taxation for the German Federal Ministry of Finance, discusses the importance of tax certainty for the G20, the upcoming German election and the consistent implementation of BEPS.
Axel Threfall, editor-at-large, Reuters, interviews delegates on the floor at IFA Madrid on tax certainty, the BEPS MLI, the Apple/Ireland EC ruling and Brexit.
Following our BEPS MLI Panel discussion, Philip Baker, barrister and international tax specialist for Field Court Tax Chambers in London, defines the MLI, the method of MLI consultation, its flexibility and affect on international tax.
Following our BEPS MLI Panel discussion, Mary Bennett, tax partner at Baker & McKenzie LLP, speaks on state aid issues in the US, the BEPS MLI and the concern surrounding setting up an alternative to the arm’s length method.
Enrique Diaz Tong, TP Consulting associate and Lawyer at the Pontificia Universidad Católica of Peru, discusses the challenges of applying the MLI, transfer pricing issues, and automatic exchange of information in Latin America.
Following our BEPS MLI Panel discussion, our own Robert Sledz, international tax editor/author with the Tax & Accounting business of Thomson Reuters, discusses the BEPS action items of concern, the Apple/EC ruling and resulting tax uncertainty.
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October 10, 2017
(ICPA) International Compliance Professionals Association Fall
October 22, 2017
Solutions that address your needs
Thomson Reuters is your global partner for international tax compliance challenges. Our BEPS research and technology solutions address your immediate and ongoing needs for country-by-country reporting and other Action Items, while providing a solid foundation for future impact on your organization.
Checkpoint BEPS Global Currents
With a customizable dashboard of the latest BEPS developments, you can respond proactively to new developments, make strategic plans to minimize impact and ensure you are in compliance with new laws and standards as they are passed.
ONESOURCE BEPS Action Manager
With up-to-date research, valuable risk assessments and intuitive analytics, multinational tax departments can remain current amidst an ever-evolving legislative landscape—and stay ahead of inquiries from various tax administrations.