Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, members of the Global Responsible Tax Community, led by KPMG International, has participated in a series of in-depth virtual roundtables, bringing together a diverse range of voices and stakeholders from over 35 countries, to consider the possible impacts of tax policy responses to the situation and think about what the new reality may look like for a post-COVID world.
This report summarises the key themes and focus areas that emerged over the course of the roundtable series including whether the COVID-19 crisis provides an opportunity for deep structural reform; questions of how to meet future revenue needs for increased health and social expenditure and the reduction of government debt arising from the pandemic situation.
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In case you missed it, you can also catch-up with the recent Future of Responsible Tax webcast featuring KPMG leaders and representatives from the OECD, IMF, Oxfam, Vodafone, BlackRock and the International Finance Corporation.
For further information or to get involved with the Global Responsible Tax project, please contact Jericho Founder, Robert Phillips or Programme Director, Becky Holloway.