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Survey: Taxation of the digital economy

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The global community plans to reshape the international tax rules to address the tax challenges of the digitalising economy. Companies must react.

Taxpayers can voice their opinions anonymously in International Tax Review’s survey on the taxation of the digital economy.

Take the survey here.

ITR’s survey asks corporate taxpayers to outline their opinions and their strategic responses to the multilateral process at the OECD, with its ‘two pillars’ and its anticipated completion date of 2020.

It also provides an opportunity for a frank discussion of countries’ unilateral measures, such as the digital services taxes recently announced by FranceAustria, and others.

The survey will end on Tuesday, June 4 2019. 

Your responses are strictly anonymous.

The results will be featured across a series of articles online and compiled in International Tax Review’s July–August magazine issue. 

For further details, or to share your opinions with our editorial team, please feel free email alexander.hartley@euromoneyplc.com.

Take the survey here.

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