We expect that post COVID taxpayers will be increasingly faced with tax disputes as a result of three converging trends. Firstly, COVID forces taxpayers to re-assess and potentially modify their business models in order to adapt to a new reality. Secondly, as a result of increased transparency (due to data breaches or through EU/OECD tax transparency initiatives) and reporting requirements, tax authorities are informed about these business changes. Thirdly, diverging interpretations of the economic notions underpinning the BEPS measures will increasingly lead tax authorities to claim taxation rights on the same profit.
Our webinar will allow you to:
- Learn the latest policy developments on dispute resolution from an OECD perspective;
- Gain practical insights from our practitioners on how to navigate dispute resolution mechanism in European jurisdictions (EU Arbitration Convention, EU Dispute Resolution Directive, Bilateral Tax Treaties, alternative dispute resolution);
- Understand how to manage a resolution after the years under dispute.
For T/A economics, Tiberghien’s liaison economist boutique, Tine Slaedts, transfer pricing partner will be one of the central speakers.
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