The quick pace of consultations into complex new rules from the OECD is keeping tax practitioners busy.
The Paris-based institution has already in 2022 launched several consultations into the “building blocks” of a new international tax system. Pillar One of the plan would reallocate a sliver of the profits of the largest and most profitable businesses to countries where they make sales. Pillar Two would establish a 15% global minimum tax.
Tim Sarson, partner and U.K. head of tax policy at KPMG UK, talks with Bloomberg Tax’s Hamza Ali about the emerging rules in the latest episode of Talking Tax.
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