Implementation Issues: An OECD Tax Reform Project Update
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Tax Notes chief correspondent Stephanie Soong Johnston recaps the agreement on the OECD’s two-pillar corporate tax reform plan and discusses recent roadblocks to full implementation.
Listen to more podcast episodes on the OECD's tax reform plan:
- The End Is Nigh: An Update on the OECD Tax Reform Plan
- The Beginning of the End? An Update on the OECD Tax Reform Plan
- New Year, New Tax Rules? An OECD Tax Reform Project Update
For additional coverage, read these articles in Tax Notes:
- U.K. Moves to Implement OECD-Brokered Global Minimum Tax Rules
- G-20 Ministers Push Ahead on Global Tax Reform Amid U.S. Hurdles
- White House Downplays Global Tax Deal Concerns
- India Calls for Syncing Pillar 2 Treaty Rule and Amount B Rules
- OECD Fills in More Blanks on Amount A Draft Model Tax Rules
- Treasury to Nix Tax Treaty With Hungary for EU Minimum Tax Veto
- Support Rises for Circumventing Hungary on Pillar 2
- Hungarian Lawmakers Nix EU Pillar 2 Minimum Tax Directive
In our “In the Pages” segment, Heydon Wardell-Burrus, a researcher at the Oxford Centre for Business Taxation, chats about his Tax Notes piece, “Can Pillar 2 Be Leveraged to Save Pillar 1?”
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Host: David D. Stewart
Executive Producers: Jasper B. Smith, Paige Jones
Showrunner and Audio Engineer: Jordan Parrish
Guest Relations: Alexis Hart