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Survey: Tax lessons of COVID-19

The world keeps turning despite the virus

Take our short anonymous survey to share your views on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tax policy and how your company has adapted.

Take ITR’s survey here on how COVID-19 has changed the way companies approach tax and transfer pricing and what long-term lessons have been learned from this crisis. Your answers will be kept strictly anonymous.

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The COVID-19 pandemic has hit businesses and their employees hard, despite governments taking emergency measures to mitigate the economic fallout. Companies have had to improvise to survive the crisis, but they have faced obstacles in the form of corporate residency issues and benchmarking data.

As the world moves towards a recovery period, the global economy is still reeling from the impact of the pandemic. Businesses will have to learn from their experiences during the pandemic to prosper in the future.

The COVID-19 survey closes on March 25 and the results and interviews will be featured in the spring issue of ITR’s magazine.

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