EY Tax Webcast
The outlook for global tax policy and controversy in 2018
The long-term trend for countries to pursue a “low-rate, broad-base” business tax strategy continues in 2018, according to our eighth Global tax policy outlook.
However, many countries are now responding to the twin pressures of BEPS constraints and US international tax reform by either increasing existing business incentives or introducing entirely new incentives as a way to remain competitive.
At the same time, the tax scrutiny and enforcement environment continues to become more challenging, with over half of reporting countries forecasting a rising tax burden due to increased enforcement – particularly in the area of transfer pricing.
Join EY tax policy and controversy leaders for a review of the report, as they discuss:
- Corporate income tax rate and base broadening trends in 2018
- The impact of BEPS-related changes in 2018, including BEPS implementation via the OECD’s Multilateral Instrument
- The continuing support for changes and improvements to R&D and other business incentives as governments search for internationally acceptable ways to stay competitive
- The outlook for digital tax policy
- The outlook for G-20, OECD and European Commission activity in 2018
- How other governments may consider responding to US international tax reform from a policy perspective
- Key enforcement trends and audit triggers around the world