Base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS)

Bring greater efficiency to BEPS compliance

As more countries adopt the recommendations for base erosion and profit shifting (BEPS) from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), multinational companies will face complex data gathering, segmenting, and processing challenges to maintain compliance with global tax rules.

The burden is on multinationals to comply with global transfer pricing requirements. As you work to increase transparency and report more information, Crowe can help you establish your process for BEPS recommendations to minimize the administrative burden, enhance your data gathering, and help ensure a high level of accuracy.
The OECD's overall goal for BEPS includes:
  • Increased transparency and cooperation on tax issues by member countries
  • Restricted aggressive international tax planning by multinationals
  • Standardized transfer pricing documentation requirements
  • Aligned local country profits with functions and value creation

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Crowe specialists can advise you on the tax implications of BEPS, including local requirements and inquiries from international tax authorities. Contact our senior-level team of tax specialists for deep industry knowledge, global coverage, and technical expertise.
Barry Freeman