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April 19, 2021
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Americas Tax Roundup 19 April 2021

 EY’s Americas Tax Roundup newsletter, prepared by EY Global Tax, provides a summary of the top weekly tax news, trends and developments in the Americas. Highlights of this week’s edition include:

  • Puerto Rico’s Department of State extends due date to file the 2020 corporate annual reports, pay limited liability company annual fee and request extensions

  • Argentine Government modifies bill it plans to send to Congress that would raise corporate income tax rates

  • Argentine entities with controlling ultimate parent entities in the United States should determine whether they have to file the local CbC report

  • Mexico: Government reaches agreement with representatives of labor and business sectors on outsourcing services in Mexico

  • US IRS releases FAQs on ICAP program for US multinational enterprises

  • OECD releases consultation document with proposed changes to Commentaries to OECD Model Tax Convention on Article 9 (Associated Enterprises) and related articles

  • OECD releases third annual peer review report and revised peer review documents on BEPS Action 6 relating to prevention of treaty abuse

  • Canada: Manitoba issues budget 2021–22

  • EY publication highlights 2021 Q1 tax policy developments across the Americas

  • EY’s ‘Worldwide VAT, GST and Sales Tax Guide 2020’ offers current, detailed guidance on indirect taxes around the globe 

  • This week’s tax treaty news in the Americas

  • Upcoming webcasts

  • Archived webcasts

  • US Cross-Border Taxation weekly podcast, 16 April 2021

  • The week’s EY Tax Alerts

  • EY Industry and Tax Services publications

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