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Consultation
Last updated 5 May 2022
Closing date 1 July 2022

Status Current

OECD Pillar Two: GloBE rules for New Zealand

Officials' are seeking feedback on whether and how New Zealand should participate in an OECD/G20 tax measure aimed at base erosion and profit shifting by large multinational enterprises.

Also known as the GloBE (Global Anti-Base Erosion) rules, the measure would impose a minimum 15% tax on the excess income of multinational enterprises in every country in which they operate. Excess income is income in excess of a routine return on tangible investment and employee costs. The proposal is the main part of the OECD’s Pillar Two stream of work.

An officials' issues paper, OECD Pillar Two: GloBE rules for New Zealand, discusses the rules and areas officials would like feedback on.

The closing date for submissions is 1 July 2022.