Tax transformation trends survey
Technology in focus
Let's use this for the SEO description: In this third report of the Tax Transformation Trends survey series, we tapped into the perspectives of 300+ tax and finance leaders globally and examine how technology is ushering in an entirely new age of transparency—creating both challenges and opportunities for the tax function.
Global tax transformation trends survey
Operations in focus
Deloitte surveyed over 300 tax and finance leaders globally to understand the immediate needs and future vision of the tax department—and how they plan to get there. These strategic insights are essential for all businesses as they map out their growth plans for the recovery.
Joint statement confirming the intention to implement a global minimum tax
Dutch government published a joint statement with Germany, France, Italy and Spain, confirming the intention to implement a global minimum tax (Pillar 2)
Today (September 9, 2022), the Dutch government published a joint statement with Germany, France, Italy and Spain, confirming the intention to implement a global minimum tax (Pillar 2).
Trends in tax transformatie
Fiscalisten moeten zich breder ontwikkelen
Waar het vak van belastingadviseur een aantal jaren terug nog gedoemd leek te verdwijnen, is het omgekeerde het geval gebleken. De tax director van de toekomst heeft meer, en andere, vaardigheden nodig dan de huidige generatie tax leaders.
VAT in the Digital Age
Learn about the European Commission’s proposals and how they will impact your business
On this overview page we will keep you updated about all developments regarding the VAT in the Digital Age (ViDA) proposal, that will enter into force between 2024 and 2028.
Learn about the European Commission’s proposals and how they will impact your business. On 8 December 2022, the European Commission published its VAT in the Digital Age proposal, defining the core areas where VAT in the European Union will be modernized in the coming years.
OECD inclusive framework publishes Pillar Two global minimum tax model rules
On 20 December 2021, the G20/OECD Inclusive Framework on BEPS published Pillar Two global minimum tax model rules. This follows on from a statement on a two-pillar solution to address tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the economy, agreed by more than 135 members on 8 October 2021.