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Base Erosion Profit Shifting - BEPS

The biggest change in international tax in decades – are you prepared?

The Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project led by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and the G20 represents the most significant change in the international tax environment in decades. Understanding your tax position when operating internationally is more important than ever as the UK tax system will change to be consistent with the BEPS recommendations. Both small and large corporates will be affected.


Transfer pricing - getting your compliance right

The new transfer pricing rules are being introduced now in reaction to media pressure as well as political and public concern about international tax avoidance.

Find out more as we take a look at how the rules have changed, and what you need to do to keep up-to-date with these ever evolving global regulations. 

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Transfer pricing - tax planning opportunities

The rules have changed. Discover what businesses need to think about in relation to tax planning in the new environment and why planning shouldn’t be done in isolation.
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Transfer pricing - why size matters

Find out why the size of your business does matter, when transfer pricing comes into play. Hear about the types of risks your business could be exposed to and what you need to do to start mitigating them. 
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Transfer pricing, Brexit and the US election

Although it might be too soon to understand the implications of Brexit and the US election, there may be some advantages, especially when it comes to your transfer pricing strategy. Discover the compliance challenges and opportunities for your business.
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Survey reveals impact of BEPS on the middle market

RSM’s Global business reaction to BEPS report reveals that the base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) action plan will impact middle market firms as well as the large multinationals that were its intended target.  Middle market firms will need to be proactive in considering the international tax implications for their business.

Our downloadable report reveals the full details.
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