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September 23, 2020
2020-5400

Updated! Staying up-to-date with COVID-19 stimulus responses

Governments around the world are active with firm commitment to protect their economies from the economic damage being caused by the COVID-19 virus. Whether through spending, tax cuts, investment incentives or changes to filing deadlines, tax systems will play a significant part in helping alleviate the financial and economic turmoil that is now occurring.

Policy changes across the globe are being proposed and implemented on a daily basis. EY’s Tax COVID-19 Stimulus Tracker provides a snapshot of the policy changes that have been announced in countries around the world in response to the ongoing crisis.

While this document is updated regularly, it has been prepared for general informational purposes only and is not intended to be relied upon as accounting, tax, or other professional advice.

For more information on EY's reponse to COVID-19 and our latest thinking, please visit our site here.

*This version of Tracker, current up to 25 September 2020, includes four jurisdictional updates (Colombia, Ireland, the Netherlands and the United States).

Updates and new country information can be found on page 3 of the PDF.

Additionally, a slide at the front of the deck is designed to help readers manage upcoming filing/reporting deadlines, as well as the impending expiration of key support measures/programs. This information, in an easy-to–use format, will be updated each Monday.

Links to eight additional Trackers can be found on page 2 of the PDF and are available here:

Force Majeure | Global Mobility | Global Trade Considerations | Immigration Policy | Labor and Employment Law | Tax Controversy | US State and Local Taxes | Transfer Pricing

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Tax COVID-19 Stimulus Tracker updated as of 25 September 2020

 

 


 

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