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Japan Tax & Legal Inbound Podcast Series
“Dbriefs Podcasts”, the video/audio of Deloitte’s variety of support on Japanese tax and legal for foreign multinational companies in Japan
Deloitte Japan’s Tax & Legal Inbound Client Services team provides variety of support on Japanese tax and legal for foreign multinational companies in Japan. On this page, we are explaining the Japanese tax and legal news and our services that are useful to Japan inbound client via the video/audio, “Dbriefs Podcasts”.
What’s the Dbriefs Podcast?
Deloitte’s Dbriefs Podcasts is a regular video/audio news podcast series that focuses on the latest tax and law news and developments that could affect your business.
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Inbound Tax & Legal The Japan Perspective
Episode : Pillar Two—Mechanisms and effect on inbound businesses
The OECD’s Pillar Two imposes a global minimum tax, and its recent implementation in Japan will impact large foreign multinational companies in Japan in different ways depending on their global structure. In this episode of The Japan Perspective, Deloitte Tokyo’s tax professionals Joanna Hazel and Brian Douglas discuss the various mechanisms of Pillar Two and their impact on Inbound businesses’ tax considerations, as well as how to prepare for the implementation of the Income Inclusion Rule. They also discuss how businesses with subsidiaries in Japan can approach any potential future implementation of the other mechanisms of Pillar Two.
The Japan Perspective is a podcast series committed to communicating the latest Japanese tax developments and the potential impact on foreign multinational companies operating in Japan.
Pillar Two—Mechanisms and effect on inbound businesses
Deloitte Tokyo’s tax professionals discuss the various mechanisms of Pillar Two and their impact on Inbound businesses’ tax considerations.
HR series: Company Provided Housing Scheme in Japan
December. 7th. 2021
Company provided housing, if structured properly can provide tax benefits to employees. It is a popular employee benefit scheme that will help companies retain and attract the best talent in a competitive market. In following podcast, team will present the general conditions that should be met in structuring the company provided housing scheme and how Deloitte can help from a tax and legal perspective with the implementation of the plan or reviewing the existing programs.