Hosted by Doug McHoney, US International Tax Services Leader, the Cross-border tax talks series provides listeners with the latest trends in international taxation, from US tax reform to the EU's state aid investigations. Various PwC specialists are featured and share insights on key issues impacting the ever-changing international tax landscape.
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Listen to the new episode of Cross-border Tax Talks Series! Doug McHoney (PwC's US International Tax Services Leader) and Pam Olson (PwC's US Deputy Tax Leader and Washington National Tax Services Leader) discuss technical corrections as a way to 'fix' scrivener's errors, missed cross-references and drafting mistakes in legislation.
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Worldwide tax summaries (WWTS) is an easily-digestible reference tool for all tax practitioners. Available in ePub, iBook and online formats, it draws on PwC’s breadth and depth of skills and experience to give quick access to information about corporate and individual tax systems in 155 countries worldwide. Choose your WWTS region and format to discover current tax rates as well as information about residency, income determination, deductions, credits and incentives, group taxation and tax withholding.
Constant legislative, regulatory, and judicial changes, along with globalization, economic shifts, and operational adjustments, are challenging multinational corporations (MNCs) to stay on top of and understand ever-evolving developments. Now more than ever, companies must have a cross-border perspective and awareness of tax issues stemming from transforming regulations, changes to their business structure, geographic expansion, cost reduction, the tightening of credit markets, and an increase in legislative focus on perceived tax avoidance. How are you preparing to face the challenges of an evolving global landscape and the various complexities of operating globally?
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