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June 2, 2017
At A&M Taxand, we have developed a comprehensive framework to help you assess the output of your CbCR, identify specific areas of potential risk, develop mitigation strategies and communicate the findings amongst your relevant stakeholders. Below is an overview of our framework which we can tailor specifically for your business.
 
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CbCR Articles & Insights:

CbCR—Recent Developments in the U.K.

The main change of CbCR requirements that will impact the reporting and compliance burden on U.K. companies relates to the additional notification requirement. This change is in line with the OECD Model and the EU Directive on Administrative Cooperation (2011/16/ EU, or DAC4) on mandatory exchange of information. It will possibly not be welcomed by companies as it creates an additional deadline outside the annual selfassessment return process, even though the actual notification will probably be identical for later years for most companies.
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Transfer Pricing Solutions That Make Business Sense

Alvarez & Marsal can conduct a high-level analysis of your company’s financial and functional profile in order to help you identify any areas of concern with regards to global documentation requirements under BEPS Action Plan 13 and transfer pricing generally.
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CbCR: Making Sense of Your Global Tax Footprint

Time is fast approaching for many MNEs to submit their CbCR with the revenue authorities. Before doing so, it is essential that you and other members of the senior management team fully understand the implications of how your data may be interpreted by the authorities.

U.S. Multinationals: Practical Considerations for CbC Report Filings

This edition of Tax Advisor Weekly discusses some practical aspects related to the introduction of country-by-country (CbC) reporting by the Internal Revenue Service and the audit risks large and mid-sized companies may face following the submission of their CbC reports.

Taxand Global BEPS Report

The objective of this report is to provide a summary of the impact to date of the OECD’s BEPS project on local legislation and audits / tax enquiries.

OECD Releases Guidance on Implementation of Country-by-Country Reporting

On 29 June 2016, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development announced additional guidance on the practical implementation of its Country-by-Country (CbC) Reporting program, published in final form on 5 October 2015 as Action 13 of the Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) initiative. The larger BEPS program contains 15 intertwined initiatives that generally seek to limit base erosion and profit shifting by promoting transparency, coherence and substance in tax filings. CbC Reporting is a transparency initiative which recommends taxing authorities require taxpayers to provide aggregate annual business and financial information in each jurisdiction where they do business.

Country-by-Country Reporting in the U.S. and EU: Divergence of Approach and Blurred Consensus

The growing issue of international corporate tax avoidance, also known as Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS), has received significant media and public attention. In an effort to offer clear and tangible solutions for governments and corporates around the world, the Organization of Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) released its final BEPS Action Plan in October 2015.