Can GILTI and the GloBE be Harmonized in a Biden Administration?

March 4, 2021

Countries participating in the OECD Inclusive Framework’s negotiations on cross-border tax rules hope to reach an agreement by mid-2021. After negotiations stalled somewhat in 2020, there is hope that US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen’s commitment to reaching an agreement will allow progress to be made this year.

One piece in the negotiations is the proposal for a global minimum tax. As part of the 2017 tax reform, the US adopted a tax on global intangible low tax income (GILTI), a sort of minimum tax on the foreign earnings of US companies.

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