KPMG's guide to international tax competitiveness
Understanding a country’s overall tax costs can be complex and challenging. Focus on Tax 2016 can help provide you with the insights needed when evaluating the most tax competitive place to do business.
This study, a supplementary report to Competitive Alternatives 2016, assesses the tax competitiveness of 111 international cities and 10 countries – Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States. This study utilizes a comprehensive methodology to assess the numerous and complex factors affecting a company’s tax burden, in order to provide a simple and effective approach for cross-location comparisons.
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We hope that you find this report and the insights provided useful and of interest to you and your organization.
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KPMG can help
If your organization is focused on growth, controlling costs, diversifying and increasing value for shareholders, the impact of tax costs should be a part of your global strategy.
KPMG's International Tax practice is part of a network of professionals who can provide meaningful advice on cross-border tax matters.
We’ll leverage our global experience to help you understand your risks and how you can mitigate them, so you can take your business anywhere you might want to grow.
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