The UK Diverted Profit tax: Major Challenges and Practical Considerations (2)

The UK Diverted Profit tax: Major Challenges and Practical Considerations (2)
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The UK Diverted Profit tax: Major Challenges and Practical Considerations (2)
February 11th, 2016
The UK’s Diverted Profit Tax (DPT) or ’Google Tax’ as often dubbed by the British media, is a new tax effective 1 April 2015, introduced by the Chancellor as part of Finance (No.2) Bill 2015.

The UK’s Diverted Profit Tax (DPT) or ’Google Tax’ as often dubbed by the British media, is a new tax effective 1 April 2015, introduced by the Chancellor as part of Finance (No.2) Bill 2015.

TPA Global provides you with a high level overview of the latest developments in the DPT rules and use common multinational case-studies to demonstrate how new rules may affect multinational enterprises and how those enterprises should respond to DPT challenges in order to mitigate/ eliminate DPT risks.

This recording will address the following:

  • Elaborate on the latest developments of the UK DPT rule
  • Address the major risk areas for multinationals in relation to UK DPT
  • Discuss practical case studies to demonstrate how extensively DPT rules may apply to multinationals
  • Present what practical solutions are available to mitigate/ eliminate UK DPT risks

 

The UK Diverted Profit tax: Major Challenges and Practical Considerations (2)
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February 11th, 2016
The UK’s Diverted Profit Tax (DPT) or ’Google Tax’ as often dubbed by the British media, is a new tax effective 1 April 2015, introduced by the Chancellor as part of Finance (No.2) Bill 2015.

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