New global tax rules – we have the answers for SMEs

It was a breakthrough to new global tax rules when last year the OECD/G20 community agreed on a Two-Pillar Solution, comprised of Pillar One and Pillar Two (‘Statement on the Two-Pillar Solution to Address the Tax Challenges Arising from the Digitalisation of the Economy’) for the allocation of the right to tax profits of large multinational enterprises. The Pillar Two rules provide for a global minimum taxation on multinational enterprises (MNE) and are expected to enter into force on 1 January 2024 now instead of 2023. With the expected and certainly welcome one-year postponement of the effective date of the rules to 2024, we now have the opportunity to introduce and discuss Pillar Two with you in detail. As a matter of fact: Pillar Two will increase the complexity of taxation and makes a variety of demands on the affected enterprises to examine their situation and initiate changes, as may be required. The biggest challenge for the finance function is that the tax, accounting and IT departments must work together in a well-coordinated manner to meet reporting and tax compliance requirements.

As the current geopolitical upheavals clearly show, the global tax rules will unfortunately be prone to instability. This will most likely have a profound long-term impact. As a matter of fact: Business as usual is no longer possible. Value-added chains in enterprises will have to change. Security of supply means that new suppliers need to be found or set up, or that just-in-time no longer works in the way it used to. Well-known issues, such as the relocation of intangible assets or entire functions, will once again become the centre of attention for the tax authorities. Given all these facts, the second thematic priority will focus on new global tax rules hot topics in the field of transfer pricing.


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Our International Tax Law Practice Dialogue will be your exclusive forum for exchange among tax practitioners once again this year. In a well-established manner, we will bring you up to date and show you practicable solutions for your business.

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30 November 2022

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