Noteworthy Numbers: The Quiz
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U.K. Planning Revenue Tax on Digital Firms
The switch from a tax on profits would expose the huge U.K. sales of global internet companies to tax authorities.
How to Avoid Cross-Border M&A Tax Pitfalls
A number of trends are converging, and U.S. tax reform will make navigating them more complex.
Rope Tightens Around Global Tax Avoidance
Changes in international tax laws spurred by the OECD's BEPS project pose challenges for finance chiefs, but also offer some opportunities.
Watch Out for Tax Hits from Global Expansion
What was previously common knowledge about international tax may now be obsolete.
OECD Lifts Global Growth Forecast on Resurgent U.S. Fiscal Policy
The OECD endorses a Trumpian fiscal stimulus and advises other countries to follow suit.
Why Your Tax Department Should Have a Bigger Voice
Tax regulation is mounting worldwide, elevating the importance of giving the tax function "a seat at the table" in corporate decision-making.
Why SMB CFOs Should Care About Transfer Pricing
Small and mid-tier manufacturers incorrectly assume that because they’re small, their transfer-pricing policy won’t be audited. They're wrong.
Spotlight Trained on Intercompany Accounting
Regulators are turning up the heat on the historically lax process of accounting for transactions between related legal entities.
World Taxing Authorities Prepare to Attack
To respond to budget deficits and economic austerity, worldwide taxing authorities are deploying a new weapon: information exchange.
Is a U.S. ‘Patent Box’ a Good Idea?
It may be wise to give favored tax treatment to intellectual property in exchange for keeping it domestic, even without corporate tax reform.