OECD Proposes Global Corporate Tax Overhaul: How Will Corporations and Governments Implement It?

September 5, 2014

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) unveiled the first steps in its ambitious plan to overhaul the global corporate tax system. The implementation of these changes will create a huge ripple effect for corporations and governments as they manage the adoption and implementation of these new rules. With new master file and country-by-country reporting requirements, companies and governments alike will have to amass data unlike ever before.

Joseph Harpaz discusses the top takeaways for multinational businesses from this plan in his latest post on Forbes, with input from Brian Tully on the specific ways businesses will have to adjust their processes to comply with the new rules.

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