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March 30, 2022

The outlook for global tax policy and controversy in 2022 now available!

Can unprecedented tax uncertainty lead to unprecedented tax collaboration?

“As 2022 begins, the only universal tax certainty is that a wave of change is on the horizon,” says Kate Barton, EY Global Vice Chair of Tax. “And arguably, more than ever, multilateral tax considerations are at the epicenter of individual jurisdictions’ fiscal policy.”

The fiscal challenges facing governments are shared; the globalization and digitalization of the economy, climate change and the ongoing repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic remain top of mind around the globe. Increasingly, the responses to these challenges are not only shared but require close cooperation with others to succeed.

How governments are responding to these and other challenges is addressed in this PDF article, with observations by EY Tax professionals in 68 jurisdictions gathered in the annual EY Tax Policy and Controversy Outlook survey at the end of 2021. This article identifies and examines the trends and areas of divergence found in the contributors’ projections for 2022, at the global, regional and individual jurisdiction levels.

Detailed reports for all 68 jurisdictions are also available in PDF format below, for those interested in more information.



EY outlook for global tax policy and controversy in 2022

EY outlook for global tax policy and controversy in 2022: Jurisdiction reports


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