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Technology sector's guide to cloud computing and tax

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We’ve launched the Worldwide Cloud Computing Tax Guide — a dynamic online tool that tracks national cloud-related tax changes across the world. At the time of its initial release in September 2013, the guide contained the relevant tax information for 50 countries, making it the most comprehensive compilation of cloud tax policy and rules available today.

We plan to continue to expand the country-level jurisdictional coverage to more than 100 jurisdictions. This is a dynamic guide that draws on the knowledge and experience of our Global Technology Center and its worldwide team of tax professionals from across the globe, many of whom were surveyed for this ground-breaking guide that addresses tax issues for both a cloud service provider and user.

Our technology industry and tax professional have been there from the beginning — helping companies navigate the complexities of cloud-based business, technologies and taxation. Be sure to check out the latest tax-related resource available for your use.

Visit our Worldwide Cloud Computing Tax Guide.

“Technology companies need to ask themselves: How will the cloud tax landscape change in the coming months and years, and how big of an impact can this have on my risk profile, operational efficiency and profitability?”

Channing Flynn of EY

Channing Flynn
International Tax Partner and Global Technology Industry Tax Leader