CFE’s EU Tax Top 5 – Round-up of EU Tax Policy News – 12 July 2021

2021-07-14T14:05:37+02:00

BRUSSELS | 12 JULY 2021 G20 Reach Global Tax Deal in Venice G20 Finance Minsters reached a historic agreement to establish a minimum global corporate tax rate of at least 15%, building on momentum from the recent G7 deal and the global agreement on international tax reform reached based on a two-pillar solution which allows multinational companies to pay more [...]

CFE’s EU Tax Top 5 – Round-up of EU Tax Policy News – 5 July 2021

2021-07-06T11:33:04+02:00

BRUSSELS | 5 JULY 2021 130 Countries Sign Historic Agreement on International Tax Reform 130 countries signed last week the global agreement on international tax reform, based on a two-pillar solution which allows multinational companies to pay more tax in the countries where they operate as well as a global minimum tax rate. As estimated by [...]

CFE’s EU Tax Top 5 – Round-up of EU Tax Policy News – 28 June 2021

2021-06-30T10:55:55+02:00

BRUSSELS | 28 JUNE 2021 Slovenia Sets Out Priorities for the EU Presidency: Mid-July Proposal on Digital Levy The Republic of Slovenia is taking over the rotating presidency of the European Union on 1 July. The Slovenian Presidency of the Council will focus on a number of priority areas in the economic and taxation sphere. Particular [...]

CFE’s EU Tax Top 5 – Round-up of EU Tax Policy News – 21 June 2021

2021-06-24T10:05:07+02:00

BRUSSELS | 21 JUNE 2021 CFE Discussion Paper: "If It Is Legal, Is It Acceptable?" - An Ethics Quality Bar for All Advisers  Against the backdrop of recent actions by governments and lawmakers, such as the G7 agreement on minimal global corporation tax and anti-tax avoidance initiatives of the EU, CFE has issued a discussion paper founded on its [...]

CFE’s EU Tax Top 5 – Round-up of EU Tax Policy News – 14 June 2021

2021-06-17T13:51:42+02:00

BRUSSELS | 14 JUNE 2021 ECOFIN Ministers to Discuss VAT Rates Finance Ministers from the Economic and Financial Affairs Council at their meeting this week on 18 June will discuss VAT issues and economic recovery from the coronavirus crisis in Europe. In addition, Ministers will exchange views on financial services, fiscal sustainability, the European Semester 2021 [...]

CFE’s EU Tax Top 5 – Round-up of EU Tax Policy News – 7 June 2021

2021-06-08T09:47:39+02:00

BRUSSELS | 7 JUNE 2021 G7 Reach Historic Minimum Global Corporate Taxation Rate Agreement  Finance Ministers from the G7 nations of Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, the UK and the US reached a landmark decision to agree standards for minimum corporate taxation rates at their meeting which took place in London from 5 to 6 [...]

CFE’s EU Tax Top 5 – Round-up of EU Tax Policy News – 31 May 2021

2021-06-01T10:28:52+02:00

BRUSSELS | 31 MAY 2021 EU Sets Out New Corporate Tax Reform Proposals The European Commission has published a new plan for corporate tax reform within the European Union, encompassing a number of short term and longer term proposals. The plan is embedded in a Communication on Business Taxation for the 21. Century. The main pillars of the Commission [...]

CFE’s EU Tax Top 5 – Round-up of EU Tax Policy News – 17 May 2021

2021-05-17T13:33:08+02:00

BRUSSELS | 17 MAY 2021 European Parliament Calls For Swift Reform of International Tax Rules   The European Parliament has adopted Resolution 2021/2010/INI calling on international stakeholders to speed up the process of adoption and implementation of the international taxation framework, currently under multilateral negotiation at the OECD. European Parliament is seeking to put pressure on the [...]

CFE’s EU Tax Top 5 – Round-up of EU Tax Policy News – 10 May 2021

2021-05-10T19:22:59+02:00

BRUSSELS | 10 MAY 2021 OECD to Introduce Cryptocurrency Reporting by End 2021  During the CFE's 2021 Forum, held virtually on 6 May 2021, Director of the Centre for Tax Policy at the OECD, Pascal Saint-Amans, gave a keynote speech on the panel discussion topic of cross-border exchange of information. Mr Saint-Amans confirmed that the [...]

CFE’s EU Tax Top 5 – Round-up of EU Tax Policy News – 3 May 2021

2021-05-03T16:29:42+02:00

RUSSELS | 3 MAY 2021 EU to Proceed with Own-Resource Digital Levy Regardless of US Digital Tax Proposals Speaking during a European Parliamentary debate on 28 April, EU Commissioner for Economy, Paolo Gentiloni, confirmed that the Commission will proceed to publish its proposal for a digital levy by the end of June, irrespective of developments at OECD level [...]

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