COVID-19: How are governments responding to the call for stimulus?

By

Cathy Koch

EY Global Tax Policy Network and Americas Tax Policy Leader, EY Americas Center for Tax Policy Director

Leader in US and global tax policy with an informed perspective on public and private sectors and a deep knowledge of the US legislative environment.

1 minute read 23 Mar 2020
Related topics Tax Tax controversy COVID-19

The regularly updated EY global tax policy tracker helps you monitor rapidly emerging government policy and stimulus responses to COVID-19.

Governments around the world are acting decisively to protect their businesses and people from the economic disruption being caused by the COVID-19 virus pandemic. Whether through tax cuts, investment incentives or changes to filing deadlines, tax systems will play a significant part in helping to alleviate the financial and economic turmoil that is now occurring.

Policy changes across the globe are being proposed and implemented on a daily basis. The EY COVID-19 Stimulus Tracker provides a snapshot of the policy changes that have been announced in countries around the world in response to the ongoing crisis.

We’ve developed additional trackers to help you follow changes in Labor and Employment Law and Immigration Policy. EY Tax professionals are updating the trackers regularly as the situation continues to develop.

(While this document is updated on a regular basis, it has been prepared for general informational purposes only and is not intended to be relied upon as accounting, tax, or other professional advice.)

Summary

The EY Tax COVID-19 Stimulus Tracker provides regular updates on how governments around the world are using stimulus measures to protect their businesses and people from the economic disruption being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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By

Cathy Koch

EY Global Tax Policy Network and Americas Tax Policy Leader, EY Americas Center for Tax Policy Director

Leader in US and global tax policy with an informed perspective on public and private sectors and a deep knowledge of the US legislative environment.

Related topics Tax Tax controversy COVID-19