Rapidly rising costs of finance and ongoing economic uncertainty in the United Kingdom are underscoring the advantages of alternative lenders and non-traditional loan options.
MHA Tax Partner Chris Danes explores how a multinational client might have been impacted if BEPS 2.0 had already been in place.
It’s been a year since OECD’s Pillar 2 reforms, which would introduce a global minimum corporate tax rate, were celebrated as an international achievement. But while the goal remains, Baker Tilly Germany Tax Partner Ines Paucksch warns companies could face complex and varying start dates — if countries actually manage to pass the reforms into law.
A new proposal to harmonise corporate tax systems across the EU27 could make it easier for European multinationals to scale and compete, but the path to finding agreement on transfer pricing remains complex.
Cancellations and delays dominate travel conversations, and airlines and airports are seemingly unable to fill job vacancies. Baker Tilly’s experts explore the impact of these challenges on the sector.