Attitudes to tax are changing. Organizations of all sizes are ever more exposed to new trends in tax regulation, not just locally but globally.
Attitudes to tax are changing. Organizations of all sizes are ever more exposed...
As a leading tax network, we believe that we – as individual tax professionals and as member firms – have a duty to engage in the discussion and debate surrounding Tax Transparency and Responsibility. As the tax strategies of multinationals and domestic companies continue to be examined by both tax authorities and the public alike, we work with our clients to develop tax strategies that are fit for purpose in the tax system of tomorrow.
Working with clients to define the tax department of tomorrow. To keep pace with the reporting changes, multinational corporations will need to evaluate their in-house resources to determine if they will be able to manage additional requirements and responsibilities. They will also need to assess their systems to ensure that they can meet new requirements for multijurisdictional reporting.
KPMG International has a comprehensive, robust and publicly available Global Code of Conduct setting the standards of ethical conduct for everyone in our KPMG member firm network. Tax professionals are also bound by our Principles for a Responsible Tax Practice, which set out additional fundamental ethical principles and behaviours.
Unprecedented changes to the tax system are expected over the next five years.
A compilation of Indirect, Corporate, Individual and Social Security Tax rates.
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CRS is a globally co-ordinated approach to the disclosure of income earned by individual
A wealth of local country transfer pricing information, including documentation