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May 11, 2021
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EY Podcast: monthly ITS Washington Dispatch (April 2021)

EY’s monthly Washington Dispatch podcast summarizes recent developments in US international taxation. Highlights of this month's edition include:

  • US Treasury releases President’s plan to overhaul corporate tax system

  • US Senators release proposed International Tax Framework

  • President Biden lays out $1.8 trillion American Families Plan proposal

  • Senate Finance Committee chairman reintroduces clean energy legislation

  • Treasury Secretary proffers BEPS 2.0 Pillar One proposal to Inclusive Framework

  • IRS issues proposed regs to coordinate WHT, gain deferral for certain foreign persons and partnerships investing in Qualified Opportunity Funds

  • IRS releases FAQs on ICAP program for US multinationals

  • PTEP guidance not expected until early fall

  • US, Japan reach agreement on tax treaty arbitration process

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

  • OECD publishes Arbitration Profiles for 30 countries under MLI

  • IMF and OECD release joint report on carbon pricing

  • UN tax committee approves new digital taxation article for UN model tax treaty

  • UN releases new Transfer Pricing Manual

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