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OECD Releases New Guidance for CbC Reporting

OECD Releases New Guidance for CbC Reporting

The OECD has released additional guidance on country-by-country (CbC) reporting.


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Released on July 18, 2017, the OECD's new guidance addresses two specific issues. The first is how to treat an entity that is owned or operated by two or more unrelated multinational entity (MNE) groups. The second issue addressed is whether MNE groups should report aggregated data or consolidated data for each of the jurisdictions they operate in under Table 1 of the CbC report. According to the OECD, this additional guidance is intended to give tax administrations and MNE Groups "more certainty" as they begin to implement CbC reporting under Action 13 of the OECD's base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project.


The new CbC reporting standards were developed under BEPS Action 13. Action 13 proposes to tackle international tax base erosion and profit shifting by enhancing transparency for tax administrations by providing them with adequate information so that they can conduct proper transfer pricing risk assessments and examinations.


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