Survey: Untangling CFC rules and regimes
Companies have to navigate a web of differing rules targeting controlled foreign corporations (CFCs) and their shareholders, but the process is far from easy when the distinctions in each country’s rules risk unexpected audits or an unreasonably high tax burden.
Taxpayers can voice their concerns anonymously in International Tax Review’s survey on CFC rules and regimes.
There are a number of different policy drivers for CFC regimes worldwide. Because no one solution would suit all countries, the OECD and EU approaches provide a range of solutions that can be implemented while creating a more coordinated approach to taxing CFCs and their owners.
Share your opinion on the opportunities and challenges of managing tax liabilities across parent companies and their CFCs through our latest tax survey. The survey will end on Friday, May 3 2019.
Your responses are strictly anonymous.
There is also the opportunity to provide feedback on tax modelling, US tax reform, the EU Anti-Tax Avoidance Directive, the implementation of BEPS Action 3 worldwide and how proposals on a potential global minimum corporate tax rate may impact your business.
The results will be featured across a series of articles online and compiled in International Tax Review’s upcoming magazine issue.
For further details, or to share your opinions with our editorial team, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Take the survey here.