The KPMG China CSR Report illustrates the interconnectedness of social and environmental issues and the business world, and explores how companies can lead change by integrating these issues into their strategies and operations.
Chinese new energy companies are "going out" to expand their presence in the global market. By investing overseas, these companies are expected to develop new energy portfolios in new markets, avoid trade barriers and transfer overcapacity.
This publication will help you to understand the best option for your business when transitioning to the new revenue standard.
At KPMG, our tax professionals are equipped with strong technical knowledge and industry specific business understanding to help organisations and individuals realise tax efficiencies while meeting the highest standards of compliance.
KPMG is at the forefront of public debate on tax policy and other related matters that affect the wider business community. We are dedicated to partnering with our clients to deliver long-lasting value through our team of people who think beyond the present and beyond borders.
Our experienced team of tax accountants, lawyers and ex-tax officials from around the world can help on a wide spectrum of tax service areas across all major industries including:
Since the enactment of the Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act (FATCA) in March 2010, the IRS issued several rounds of preliminary guidance prior to the release of proposed regulations on February 8, 2012. KPMG has prepared an analysis that examines these provisions.
The Treasury Department and IRS released for publication in the Federal Register proposed regulations (REG-121647-10) as guidance concerning information reporting by foreign financial institutions for U.S. accounts.
The IRS released an advance copy of Notice 2011-53 which provides a timeline for the implementation of information reporting and withholding provisions under chapter 4 of the Code (referred to as "FATCA").
The online tax rates tool allows you to compare (the highest) corporate, indirect and individual income tax rates within a particular country or a particular tax type across multiple countries.
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