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April 1, 2024

Americas Tax Roundup - 1 April 2024

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:

  • Ecuadorian tax reform includes increased rates and new temporary contributions affecting corporations
  • El Salvador's Legislative Assembly approves reform to Income Tax Law, exempting foreign-source income
  • Uruguay modifies conditions for employees who work remotely under Free Trade Zone regime
  • Canada | Ontario budget 2024-25 includes measures affecting businesses and individuals
  • Canada | Newfoundland and Labrador Budget 2024-25 includes change for small businesses
  • Canada | Saskatchewan Budget 2024-25 includes tax measures affecting corporations
  • USCIS issues guidance clarifying processes and requirements for expedite requests
  • OECD releases sixth annual peer review report and revised peer review documents on BEPS Action 6 relating to prevention of treaty abuse
  • The outlook for global tax policy and controversy in 2024
  • IFRS version of Quarterly Tax Developments March issue now available
  • Top 10 most common Pillar Two surprises for US MNEs
  • US multinationals considering mergers and acquisitions
  • Upcoming webcasts
  • This week’s tax treaty news in the Americas
  • US Cross-Border Taxation weekly podcast, 29 March 2024
  • EY talks tax podcasts
  • The week’s EY Tax Alerts
  • EY Industry and Tax Services publications and more



Americas Tax Roundup – 1 April 2024


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