G-20 Prioritizes Tax Reform For 2014

Law360, New York (January 21, 2014, 4:41 PM EST) -- The G-20 will be keeping its eye on corporate tax avoidance issues and international tax data-sharing accords as part of a 2014 agenda that will work on building international tax reform that fairly impacts all taxpayers, the international organization said Monday. 

Tax reform is one of 10 issues that the group, made up of industrial and emerging-market nations, has chosen to prioritize in the new year, and the organization says tax is an important area of focus because domestic and international tax systems are “essential to...
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