As the world becomes more interconnected, discussion about who pays tax, how and when is likely to intensify.
Leaders from around KPMG’s global network of member firms agree – there is a need for a sustained, inclusive and coherent discussion about the key issues that are affecting and shaping globalization and taxation. Tax is a global reality, and today, it demands both a global conversation and, where appropriate, global action.
To that end was born, Responsible Tax, a global initiative that invites the full range of stakeholders, including taxpayers, academia, media, government, global bodies, politicians, NGOs and tax professionals, to inform thinking on what responsible tax behavior looks like in a global context. They are being asked to debate the questions “what is responsible tax and how can we collectively help to shape the tax system of the future so it is fit for purpose for both developed and developing economies?”
It is vital to hear as many views from as many places as possible. By driving an inclusive discussion, all stakeholders can contribute to responsible global tax behavior, action and advice. We are pleased to invite you to join the conversation where we will enhance and facilitate discussion through regular topical articles and social media conversations.
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