Tax Controversy and Disputes Survey 2022Request a copy of our Tax Controversy and Disputes Survey 2022
Globally, tax authorities are raising more enquiries, collaborating more with each other through sharing data and information, joint audits and multi-country task forces, and through the advent of new and more stringent international tax rules, governing the taxation of multinational companies. These factors are only set to increase in the current economic and geo-political landscape as governments around the world seek additional revenue sources.
All of the above factors lead to an increased risk of tax controversy and disputes for businesses. Our Tax Controversy and Disputes Survey 2022 looks at how in-house tax professionals are responding to that risk, and what they see on the horizon.