When a business earns profits in a country where it does not have any offices or workers, which country gets to tax those profits?
Currently, more than 130 countries around the world are negotiating a new approach to taxing multinational businesses, and the result of that negotiation would directly impact U.S. businesses.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) is leading this effort to reach a new compromise and answer questions like “Where should multinationals pay taxes?” and “Should there be a global minimum tax rate on corporate income?”
Join the Tax Foundation and Business Roundtable for a briefing that will explain this current effort and how it might impact U.S. tax policy and U.S. companies.
The discussion will be moderated by Scott Hodge, President of the Tax Foundation, and panelists will include: