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What’s Next In International Tax Policy?

WHAT'S NEXT IN INTERNATIONAL TAX POLICY?

Cost Free
Presentation Length 1.0 hour

Recorded DateMarch 17, 2021
CPE:Not available
(archived webinars do not offer CPE credits)
Subject AreaTaxes
Course LevelBasic
Course Description

While the OECD has been at work on a two-pillar solution to taxing the digital economy, the U.S. has steadfastly resisted changes that would harm multinationals.

During the 2020 campaign, President Biden proposed policies that might raise taxes on U.S. companies. There is debate over whether those policies are compatible with the OECD's efforts and whether they will disadvantage U.S. businesses. Have corporate rates finally bottomed out, ending the period when developed countries raced to keep lowering taxes on multinationals?

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Cara Griffith

Tax Analysts
President & Chief Executive Officer
cara.griffith@taxanalysts.org
(703) 533-4412

Taxanalysts

Cara provides strategic oversight for the direction of Tax Analysts. She has been instrumental in developing strategies to improve the Tax Notes suite of products and to aggressively pursue transparency in the administration of tax systems. Previously, Cara managed the editorial department, including the flagship daily news publications and weekly magazines. Griffith has written for a broad range of tax policy publications, including Tax Notes State, The Tax Adviser, The Hedge Fund Law Report, and The Hill. She regularly speaks at tax conferences and other events on tax issues, on a variety of technical tax issues as well as the need for transparency in tax administration.

Griffith has a BA in political science and a BA in international studies from the University of Evansville and a JD from the George Washington University Law School.

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Taxanalysts
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