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Brexit survey: Are multinationals ready?

Brexit Aftermath

Brexit could cost the UK as much as £70 billion ($91 billion) a year if Britain walks away from membership in the EU single market, according to the latest estimates. So how are companies preparing? Take the ITR and KPMG survey and we'll provide a summary of respondents' answers.

International Tax Review, in association with KPMG, is conducting a survey to discover how ready businesses are for Brexit’s aftershocks and how they plan to deal with the uncertainty.

KPMG will publish a report in International Tax Review with its insights and participants in the survey will receive an aggregated summary of respondents’ answers.

If you are an in-house tax director please click here to fill out the survey.  

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