International Taxation: Getting to Grips With the OECD's Action Plan

The Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Action Plan is set to add more complexity to an already fast changing and politically fraught tax landscape. The 34-member rich nations' club intends to implement the Action Plan by September 2015.

This paper aims to help all types of organizations understand the impact of the 15-point plan. In particular, it focuses on preparing businesses for the elimination of loopholes that currently allow corporate profits to ‘disappear’ for tax purposes.  

Contents

  • Looking Out for the Pitfalls
  • Are the Scope and Timing Realistic?
  • Implications for Organizational Structures and Tax Planning
  • What to Do Next
  • Summary of 15-Point Action Plan

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