Insurers Warn Digital Tax May Cause Uncertainty For Sector
Law360, London (March 11, 2019, 7:27 PM GMT) -- Proposals by an intergovernmental organization aimed at solving tax challenges for digital companies would lead to legal uncertainty as they are “too vague,” Europe’s insurers said Monday as they called for the insurance sector to be excluded from the rules.
Insurance Europe said the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development’s plans for a digital tax challenge the existing international tax system, which could lead to an increased administrative burden for companies and tax authorities. The group worries the proposals include more rules than are required to tax digital businesses.
“The OECD’s initial proposals go far beyond the mere taxation of digital...
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