Tax & Accounting Blog

Why Hungry Governments Are Turning to Transfer Pricing

Why Hungry Governments Are Turning to Transfer Pricing

Accounting Today’s latest article Global Governments Are Getting Hungrier, takes a close look at top international tax issues and how the global economic slowdown and increasing budget deficits are causing governments to focus on transfer pricing for additional revenue. International tax experts like Head of Thomson Reuters ONESOURCE … Read More

TEI Wraps Up 62nd Midyear Conference in DC

TEI Wraps Up 62nd Midyear Conference in DC

4 Days, 500 tax professionals and 35 breakout sessions presented by dozens of industry leaders – together they’re a recipe for success at this week’s 62nd Midyear Conference in Washington, DC. Check out my video recap from the event. The conference kicked off with an engaging general session … Read More

Why We’re Excited About the TEI Midyear Conference

Why We’re Excited About the TEI Midyear Conference

From catching up with clients to attending some great break-out sessions, I’m really looking forward to being at the TEI Midyear Conference in Washington, DC in a few short days. This year’s 62nd Midyear Conference, will mark the 15th year that Thomson Reuters has been the exclusive partner on tax research … Read More

Cracking Down on International Tax Loopholes- OECD Findings

Cracking Down on International Tax Loopholes- OECD Findings

Hybrid methods use by multinationals for tax evasion are likely to increase scrutiny and additional UTP concerns. This is the basis for the recent OECD report, Hybrid Mismatch Arrangements: Tax Policy and Compliance Issues.  The 27-page report  highlights the use of hybrid methods arrangements to exploit differences in tax … Read More

The New Realities of Tax Risk Management

The New Realities of Tax Risk Management

The Tax Council Policy Institute (TCPI) tax risk conference that I attended on February 15 and 16 in Washington, DC brought together experts and stakeholders from across the industry. Over 280 professionals from corporate tax, trade, risk,and treasury groups met with tax lawyers, accounting firms, and revenue agencies to discuss policy and practice aroundcorporate tax … Read More