For many years, the international tax landscape in the United States has been reactionary. Treasury receives pressure to close a perceived gap or raise tax revenue by hastily rolling out a new law/reporting standard, businesses and individuals change economic direction to adjust and seemingly invasive reporting pervades the U.S. tax system. The international tax landscape in 2023, however, has shifted; gone is the blanket acceptance.
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