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2021 Global Tax Survey: Beyond BEPS available

Published on: Sep 24, 2021

Deloitte has published the results of its annual multinational survey regarding the OECD/G20 BEPS initiative and other tax topics; the survey results include coverage of respondents’ views on the OECD Pillar 1/Pillar 2 project, the “digital taxation” debate, tax transparency, tax governance, US tax proposals, and the impact of COVID-19.

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This is the eighth year that Deloitte has conducted a survey with the objective of gauging the views of leaders of multinational companies regarding the OECD/G20 BEPS initiative and other tax topics that were high on their agenda during the year. The 2021 survey results include coverage of respondents’ views on topics such as the OECD Pillar 1/Pillar 2 project, the “digital taxation” debate, tax transparency, tax governance, US tax proposals, and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the support and relief measures enacted by local governments, in addition to their views on the progress of BEPS-related measures.

More than 130 tax and finance managers and executives from multinational companies across 28 countries responded to the 2021 survey. The responses suggest that the impact of the BEPS project and other tax reform initiatives will continue to be felt throughout 2021 and 2022, particularly as more measures become embedded into local laws. The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic is expected to continue, likely leading to increased taxes and tax disputes.

Additional information regarding the survey and related resources are available on the Deloitte website.

This publication was released by our US firm.

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