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Base erosion and profit shifting (“BEPS”) – What does it mean for Australian business from the large multinationals to the SMEs? paper

Published on 28 Aug 14 by WESTERN AUSTRALIAN DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE

This paper covers:

  • the BEPS debate
  • key focus areas of the BEPS action plan
  • will the perceived BEPS problem be solved?
  • what does it all mean?

Author profiles

Steve Plant
Matthew Popham CTA
Matt is a KPMG Tax Partner with over 20 years' tax experience. He advises clients on a variety of income tax and capital gains tax matters affecting a wide variety of industries including ENR, mining and oil & gas service companies and the not-for-profit sector, which are all going through periods of change and uncertainty. Matt leads the International Tax Advisory Group at KPMG in Perth and has significant experience in advising multinational groups on the ever increasing tax complexity associated with cross border transactions. Matt is a previous chair of The Tax Institute's WA State Council and regularly speaks at industry events. He also guest lectures on International Tax at Curtin Business School. - Current at 23 January 2018
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