ITR’s digital hub: Taxing the digital economy
After the OECD secured an international agreement, the world looks set to implement a two-pillar plan to reform how the digital economy is taxed. Here ITR is offering its best coverage of digital tax.
The OECD managed to broker a multilateral agreement on pillar one and pillar two, not at the G20 level, but among 136 nations. Against all odds, the Paris-based organisation managed to find common ground. This was a historic breakthrough for international tax reform.
The international tax system may be about to face the most significant changes in a century. However, there are still many questions about implementation that have yet to be answered. The real work of reform has only just begun.
ITR regularly surveys the market about the online economy, the rise of unilateral measures and the development of OECD reforms. Below you can read in-depth analysis of the data.
Tax policy and strategy
Here you can find a selection of ITR’s best news stories and features breaking down what companies can do to manage the impact of digital services taxes (DSTs) or prepare for the emerging two-pillar tax framework.
Pillars one and two:
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As our reporters provide more insight on digital tax developments, we will update the above list of stories for you.