In this article we look at some of the key drivers that can result in Pillar 2 ETR’s being significantly different to the headline domestic tax rate.
The requirements for a participation exemption under domestic law may not match the exemption requirements in the Pillar Two Rules. Read our analysis.
In this article we look at the interaction between deferred tax on bonus depreciation and the substance-based income exclusion on investments in tangible assets.
Whether multinationals adopt a centralized or decentralized approach to Pillar Two will be one of the key factors in correctly establishing the systems and architecture to collect, manage, analyse and store source data for the Pillar Two effective tax rate and top-up tax calculation.
IAS 1, IAS 10 and IAS 12 all have provisions that can impact on the required disclosures in financial statements for Pillar Two, however, the key determinant will be whether the domestic tax law to implement the Pillar Two GloBE Rules has been announced, substantively enacted, or enacted before the financial statements are issued.
It’s been reported that Barbados is to ask the OECD for more time to implement the Pillar Two GloBE Rules. Exactly what Barbados expects is still unclear.
Germany, France, Italy, Spain and the Netherlands issued a joint statement stating that if agreement is not reached on Pillar Two in ‘the next few weeks’ they will push forward domestic implementation of the Pillar Two GloBE rules ‘by any possible legal means’ in 2023.
Identifying the data points required to apply the Pillar 2 rules is the first step in any tax data mapping MNEs undertake. We list the key 122 data points.