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TaxNewsFlash-BEPS — KPMG's reports of developments of interest to multinationals on the OECD's base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) initiative and tax transparency.

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BEPS Action 13: Latest country implementation update

Updated weekly, this summary report in table format offers a snapshot of implementation of country-by-country (CbC) reporting and Master file / Local file documentation requirements around the world. Read more >

July 2018

25 Jul - United States: IRS updates country-by-country reporting guidance, information

24 Jul - Australia: Proposal to expand “significant global entity” definition, aligning country-by-country reporting with OECD model requirements

24 Jul - Belgium: Civil penalties for transfer pricing documentation compliance failures

23 Jul - OECD: Annual report on status of BEPS Inclusive Framework

18 Jul - Netherlands: Implications of Dutch transfer pricing decree on OECD discussion draft on transfer pricing of financial transactions

13 Jul - Nigeria: Country-by-country reporting guidelines

12 Jul - France: Transfer pricing documentation requirements, clarified and detailed

11 Jul - Luxembourg: Bill to ratify multilateral instrument (MLI) into domestic law

11 Jul - KPMG report: Initial impressions of OECD discussion draft on transfer pricing for financial transactions

Taxation of the Digitalized Economy

KPMG's reports of developments concerning the tax treatment of the digital economy, including digital services tax and the taxation of online, remote sales.

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