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The Unfinished Business Of U.S. International Tax Law

Taxpayers are starting to push back.

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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