Global Focus on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS)

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Are you staying up-to-date on the OECD project on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) and the BEPS-driven developments already happening in individual countries? Here you will find a comprehensive collection of resources, including news alerts, feature articles, webcasts and comment letters. For your convenience, we have also compiled the original BEPS-related source material from the OECD.

For a quick overview on BEPS, access our video BEPS is broader than tax: a 2-minute overview

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EY - How does BEPS affect key business functions?

How does BEPS affect key business functions?

In our thought center webcast series, we examine how BEPS could affect other key business functions. See our on-demand webcast series for insights.

 
EY - Business implications of BEPS

Business implications of BEPS

Our tax professionals examine the impact of BEPS on key business functions and processes in nine articles. Consider how your enterprise may be affected.

 
EY - Latest on BEPS

The Latest on BEPS

Access our EY bi-weekly report on the most recent BEPS-driven activity in individual countries.

 
EY - Global Tax Policy and Controversy Briefing: special BEPS edition

Global Tax Policy and Controversy Briefing: special BEPS edition

Issue 17 of EY’s Global Tax Policy and Controversy Briefing is a special edition, providing analysis of each of the 15 G-20/OECD BEPS recommendations, with commentary by EY professionals.

 
EY - 2016 tax policy outlook: ready to ride the roller coaster?

2016 tax policy outlook: ready to ride the roller coaster?

EY’s new 2016 tax policy outlook report features legislative changes, government proposals for new legislation and forecasts from EY’s tax policy leaders in 38 countries.

 
EY - BEPS developments - 2015 in review

BEPS developments - 2015 in review

This special edition of EY’s bi-weekly report The Latest on BEPS highlights the OECD and country developments related to the fifteen BEPS Actions during 2015 and looks ahead to expected BEPS developments in 2016.