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International tax legislation and compliance
Taking on today’s cross-border tax challenges
The cross-border tax landscape is complex and frequently shifting. Fundamental changes wrought by tax legislation like the US Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and the globally oriented OECD BEPS project are causing many multinationals to rethink how they’re aligning global tax strategy with overall business goals and how they manage international tax compliance. Let’s dive in to the key challenges and how to address them.
Gaining clarity to move forward with confidence
The interrelated elements of shifting US and global tax regimes (such as US GILTI and OECD BEPS Pillar One and Pillar Two) mean US business leaders may be challenged to respond flexibly to the conditions of the global tax environment. The ability to analyze changes and understand their impact is based on understanding the tax, statutory, and regulatory requirements put forth by Congress, as well as countries around the world implementing regimes agreed at the OECD, what issues they may raise for a business, and actions that position a multinational corporation to apply them in practice worldwide and thrive.
The content on this page will help you understand the business issues raised by, and actions you can take to respond to, cross-border tax measures proposed by the US government and the OECD/G20 Inclusive Framework on BEPS.
Pressing tax legislation issues explained
Ninth annual global survey of multinationals
Legislation has begun to emerge from Washington. As the Biden administration pushes forward with its agenda, extensive policy proposals have already started rolling out. This page is designed to help you keep abreast of legislation and understand its impact through insights from trusted Deloitte tax specialists.