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The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) is working full steam on the two-pillar solution of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) 2.0 project. Multinational enterprises across industries are likely to be affected. Check out the latest developments and PwC insights to get prepared for the new tax era.
“BEPS 2.0 has brought groundbreaking changes to the international tax landscape. Multinational enterprises should take immediate actions to assess the potential impact on their business models and global tax liabilities, as well as to get themselves prepared for the additional tax compliance and reporting requirements.”
Second OECD consultation on Amount B
The consultation document outlines the design elements of Amount B and identifies aspects which require further work.
OECD presses on with the finalisation of Pillar One
An overview of the Pillar One public consultation documents released by the OECD since late May 2022
OECD consultation on scope of Amount A and exclusions for extractives and regulated financial services – An overview
An overview of when an MNE group will be in scope of Amount A and the relevant exclusions
OECD consultation on tax base determinations of Amount A
Computation of the profit or loss of in-scope MNE groups that will be used for the calculation of Amount A
OECD consultation on revenue sourcing and nexus of Amount A
Determining whether a jurisdiction qualifies for profit reallocation under Amount A
STTR, further administrative guidance and GloBE information return
An overview of the captioned documents released by the OECD on 17 July 2023
Bermuda consults on new corporate income tax regime in response to Pillar Two
An overview of the public consultation document released by Bermuda on the introduction of a corporate income tax regime in response to Pillar Two
IASB issues amendments to provide temporary relief from deferred tax accounting for Pillar Two
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has issued amendments to IAS 12 Income Taxes to provide temporary relief for companies from accounting for deferred taxes arising from the implementation of Pillar Two. The press release from the IFRS Foundation can be accessed via this link.
23 May 2023
IASB confirms temporary relief from deferred tax accounting for Pillar Two
The International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) has decided to finalise amendments to IAS 12 Income Taxes to provide temporary relief for companies from accounting for deferred taxes arising from the implementation of Pillar Two. The final amendments are expected to be issued by end of May 2023. The press release from the IFRS Foundation can be accessed via this link.
11 April 2023
Administrative guidance on the GloBE rules
Addressing a wide range of issues identified as being most in need of immediate clarification and simplification
Hong Kong defers Pillar Two implementation to 2025
Hong Kong plans to implement the GloBE rules and a domestic minimum top-up tax from 2025.
22 February 2023
16 January 2023
Safe harbours and penalty relief, GloBE information return and tax certainty – An overview
An overview of the captioned guidance and public consultation documents released by the OECD on 20 December 2022
Impact of Pillar Two on international shipping business
Exploring the GloBE exclusion for international shipping income and the potential impact on shipping groups in Hong Kong
GloBE commentary and OECD consultation on the implementation framework
The commentary provides technical guidance and elaborates on the application and operation of the GloBE rules
Model GloBE rules
Model rules covering the income inclusion rule (IIR) and undertaxed payment / profits rule (UTPR)
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OECD releases report to G20 Finance Ministers and four key documents under Pillar One and Pillar Two – An overview
An overview of the following documents released by the Inclusive Framework on BEPS on 17 July 2023:
Latest OECD statement on Pillar One and Pillar Two
On 11 July 2023, 138 out of 143 members of the Inclusive Framework on BEPS approved the Outcome Statement on the Two-Pillar Solution to Address the Tax Challenges Arising from the Digitalisation of the Economy.
136 jurisdictions agree on a new international corporate tax framework under BEPS 2.0
Mainland China and Hong Kong SAR are amongst the 136 jurisdictions that have agreed to the new framework
The OECD’s blueprints on Pillar One and Pillar Two
Setting out the detailed technical design of various components of the two pillars, subject to agreement