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October 21, 2020
2020-6372

ITORS available to GTNU users

As a GTNU subscriber, you are granted access to EY’s International Tax Online Reference Service (ITORS),  a database that provides multinational corporations (MNCs) with information on important tax developments in 75+ key foreign jurisdictions, updated on a quarterly basis. We encourage you to explore ITORS by opening the link at the top of the landing page.

ITORS offers MNCs a solid starting point and access to timely information that will assist with identifying whether there have been tax developments that would affect a company’s tax provisions and balances on its financial statements. ITORS includes information on significant income tax law changes, including enacted legislation, important administrative developments, case law and other relevant topics. In addition, the database provides basic information about each jurisdiction’s tax rates from the year 2003 forward, as well as current information on statute of limitations, penalty regimes, and filing dates. ITORS further includes a summary of important pending developments for each country that have not yet taken effect.

ITORS is available to all clients free of charge on the main page of the  EY Tax News Update: Global Edition tool. More information about the tool and the countries it covers is available in the PDF below.

To learn more about ITORS, please contact Sarah Barth at sarah.barth@ey.com.

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ITORS Slipsheet

 
 

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