Global Focus on Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS)
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
What's new in BEPS
There is a big push by governments to tax income created by new intangible business models, starting with the OECD’s BEPS project. This requires a good understanding of what the intangible value drivers are for a company, clear insights into the processes that drive and develop these, and a conscious choice on how these are managed and controlled.
This special edition of EY’s bi-weekly report, The Latest on BEPS, highlights and recapitulates the OECD and country developments related to the fifteen BEPS Actions through mid-year 2018, and additionally contains a sub-report dedicated to the EU BEPS-related activity.
Access our EY bi-weekly report on the most recent BEPS-driven activity in individual countries.
Our tool is designed to help international tax executives quickly identify transfer pricing rules, practices and regulations adopted by 119 jurisdictions.
EY Tax panelists discuss the new provisions coming into effect this summer and how they may affect the reporting of certain tax planning arrangements
EY’s fifth report shares the thinking of the tax authorities on hot-button issues such as indirect tax, transfer pricing and the efficacy of dispute resolution programs.
Today’s global connectivity means it is easier for companies to be faced with multi-dimensional, multi-country tax controversy. How can you manage the risk? Learn more.
The fourth report in EY’s 2017 Tax Risk and Controversy Survey follows on from the previous reports by examining today’s tax functions and shows that the technology gap is now an acute concern.
Panelists will take stock of where implementation of the BEPS action points stands as the end of 2017 approaches, and what to expect in 2018.
The multilateral instrument (MLI) is an important part of BEPS implementation, delivering many of the BEPS recommendations through changes to the around 3,400 bilateral tax treaties in existence.
Access EY’s country-by-country implementation overview to see how countries around the world are adopting BEPS recommendations.
EY's second report on tax risk takes a deeper look at how many businesses still have a sense of uncertainty around how the BEPS implementation phase will unfold.
Learn how you can satisfy your document requirements according to BEPS Action 13 with our CbCR tool.
Our Tax Risk and Controversy Survey series indicates businesses are regarding the compliance environment as a prism through which they interpret demands for greater transparency.
Use our tools to help streamline your internal processes and generate reporting packages that can help satisfy the TP document requirements under BEPS Action 13.
BEPS touches all components of the typical telecommunications organization, including cross-border operations, virtual management teams, sales and channel management, procurement, manufacturing and inventory deployment.
With significant tax overhauls, Base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) is now firmly on the boardroom agenda at utility companies that do business across borders.
We examine how tax professionals are adapting to changes catalyzed by the OECD’s efforts to curtail base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS).
Transfer professionals should take concrete actions to adapt to today’s new, riskier post-BEPS world. See five steps to prepare.