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The PwC Washington National Tax Services (WNTS) group helps companies stay up-to-date on the latest legislative and regulatory matters and navigate the ever-changing tax landscape.

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    10Minutes on the OECD's BEPS project

    5/11/15 | Washington national tax services (WNTS)

    The OECD’s base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) project is likely to spur the most significant changes to the taxation of international business in nearly 30 years. Multinational companies may see an increased tax burden around the world, and there’s a strong likelihood that rule changes will affect the optimal structure for your global operations. Over the next several years, BEPS-related law changes likely will cause your company to see upward pressure on effective tax rates and cash tax outlays. While the OECD BEPS project will be finalizing recommendations through December 2015, some countries have already begun implementing changes to their tax systems. Companies will need to begin assessing the impact on business operations now.

  • President Obama’s FY 2016 budget calls for business tax reform; proposes new international and individual tax increases

    2/4/15 | Washington national tax services (WNTS)

    President Obama on February 2 submitted an FY 2016 budget that reaffirms his support for ‘business tax reform'.

  • PwC 2015 Tax Policy Outlook: Opportunities and challenges ahead

    1/19/15 | Washington national tax services (WNTS)

    The key question for US tax policymakers is whether 2015 will be marked by compromise or gridlock.

  • Key accounting method considerations for 2013 returns

    8/18/14 | Washington national tax services (WNTS)

    Key elections and accounting methods taxpayers should consider for 2013 returns.

  • New FASB, IASB revenue recognition rules could have significant US tax implications

    6/3/14 | Washington national tax services (WNTS)

    The Financial Accounting Standards Board and International Accounting Standards Board have published their long-awaited joint revenue recognition standard.