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OECD: BEPS overview, FAQs, initial impressions

OECD: BEPS overview, FAQs, initial impressions

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) today provided follow-up information to yesterday’s release of the final recommendations under the base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project.


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Among the items provided today by the OECD are:

Initial impressions

The KPMG member firm in the Netherlands has produced a series of reports providing initial impressions of the final recommendations for the 15 BEPS actions, and examining potential implications for taxpayers in the Netherlands. Read these reports on the website of the KPMG member firm.


The KPMG member firm in Ireland also has prepared a brief discussion of initial impressions concerning the possible implications of BEPS for taxpayers in Ireland. Read the KPMG in Ireland discussion

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