Transfer pricing headlines for the week of November 15th, 2021
Romania puts a finer point on what it means to be a "large company" in their jurisdiction, the EU falls in line behind a new directive supporting adoption of the OECD's proposed global tax plan (even Ireland!), and the European Parliament gives a thumbs-up to public country-by-country reports.
17 Nov 2021
Business News · News
What’s the latest on the OECD’s global tax plan? Why is Poland reviewing its transfer pricing legislation? And what is in those new OECD guidelines, anyway? These stories and more on the latest Hot Off the Press podcast.
Which jurisdiction has new transfer pricing reporting standards? Which country has written draft laws? And which jurisdiction isn’t particularly excited about the OECD’s two-pillar plan going into effect? We’ve got it all for you hot off the press.
Omicron concerns mean some industries could see changes to their benchmark rates due to continued workplace disruption, the EU’s new year resolution to prevent shell companies from being used for tax avoidance and evasion is off to a good start, and two major Amazon stakeholders request the company adhere to…
Many countries are making regulatory changes, the OECD is preparing to launch a global tax plan, and the U.S. government is busy NOT, for the moment anyway, “building back better.” What do you need to know before the year ends? Tune into today's episode of The Fiona Show: Hot Off…
The Finnish tax authorities are updating transfer pricing rules, the Italian tax authorities are clarifying their regulations, and the ATO is evaluating their efforts to make companies more proactive about tax compliance. (Spoiler alert: It’s working.) These stories and more on the latest The Fiona Show: Hot Off the Press…