EY | 1.4 CPE | Pillar Two administrative guidance and safe harbors: implications for US multinationals
Recent administrative guidance (guidance) from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) on the Global Anti-Base Erosion (GloBE) rules under Pillar Two addresses many critical issues for US multinationals but also raises many (unanswered) technical questions. The OECD’s transitional safe harbor rules, released at the end of 2022, could help relieve compliance burdens for US companies.
Join our team of Ernst & Young LLP subject matter professionals for a detailed discussion of these developments and practical approaches to help manage the reporting and tax-rate implications. We will cover:
- The “push down” allocation of taxes on global intangible low-taxed income (GILTI) to foreign subsidiaries and interaction of GILTI with qualified domestic minimum top-up taxes (QDMTTs)
- Inclusion in GloBE of stock gains/losses
- The treatment of pre-GloBE foreign tax credit (FTC) and general business credit carryforwards
- The application of intercompany asset transfer rules to common control transactions under US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles
- The transitional safe harbor and country-by-country reporting