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April 13, 2021
2021-5427

EY publication highlights 2021 Q1 tax policy developments across the Americas

The first quarter of 2021 ushered in several significant tax policy developments across the Americas. The attached Americas Tax Policy Update highlights the top tax policy developments from January through March 2021.

Highlights in this edition include:

  • A proposed bill in Argentina to increase corporate income tax rates

  • Potential tax reform in Colombia

  • Mexico’s mandatory disclosure regime

  • A Brazilian Superior Court of Justice decision on technical service fees

  • US President Biden’s American Jobs plan and the international framework released by US Senators Wyden, Brown and Warner

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Ernst & Young's Center for Tax Policy

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Americas Tax Policy Update Q1 2021

 
 

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