There are fundamental changes in attitudes and approaches to taxation all over the world. Tax rates, reflective of a country’s economic situation, are going up and down and there is no consistent approach.
KPMG International’s Corporate and Indirect Tax Rate Survey 2014 reviews the changes and trends in over 130 countries.
"One of the biggest challenges today is that tax law is local but businesses are global. The complexity of applying national tax laws to companies that operate internationally causes problems. Many countries use their tax systems to compete for investment dollars and jobs, and to benefit from the foreign activity of their own multinationals.”
- Wilbert Kannekens, Global Head of International Tax
"Indirect tax and its application changes almost every day in any number of countries. This variety comes with numerous challenges and complexities. Businesses must be proactive and maximize where they put their tax time, effort and dollars.”
- Tim Gillis, Global Head of Indirect Tax
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