The four partners of the Platform for Collaboration on Tax are pleased to share the final PCT Progress Report for 2018 - 2019. This report provides updates on the PCT’s main workstreams, including: co-ordination of capacity development activities; analytical work; and outreach and engagement. The report also shows how the IMF, OECD, UN, and WBG are working to enhance their co-operation on tax.
On 10 April 2019, interested parties were invited to provide comments on its forthcoming publication "What is driving tax morale? An empirical analysis on social preferences and attitudes towards taxation". The OECD is grateful to the commentators for their input and now publishes the public comments received.
As part of the ongoing work on tax morale, the OECD is seeking public comments on itis forthcoming publication What is driving tax morale? An empirical analysis on social preferences and attitudes towards taxation.
As part of OECD Integrity Week 2019 (18-22 March), this event will bring together international experts to discuss these issues of integrity, transparency and trust in the tax system, and the research, tools and approaches needed to identify and implement policies to increase tax morale.
Today, the OECD and the United Arab Emirates signed a renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding agreeing to extend their collaboration in providing regional seminars on international taxation For a further three year, to 2021.
Representatives from 33 countries and 6 international and regional organisations, along with delegations from the OECD’s Multilateral Tax Centres, met on 19 February 2019 in Paris to discuss the OECD’s Global Relations Programme in taxation, at their meeting of the Advisory Group for Cooperation with Partner economies during the Capacity Building Week of OECD’s Centre for Tax Policy and Administration.
The Task Force on Tax and Development organised this conference on the role of tax morale in development which introduced new research undertaken by the OECD on the drivers of tax morale in developing countries.
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This brochure details the evolution of the integration of development considerations into the work of the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration (CTP), and how CTP is responding to the universal agenda of the Sustainable Development Goals through mainstreaming development across all of our work.
Today, the OECD, the South African Revenue Service (SARS) and National Treasury of South Africa (National Treasury) signed a Memorandum of Co-operation (MoC), agreeing to continue to work together in the area of taxation. The MOC is in place until December 2023.
Taxation provides essential funding for development and is at the core of building capable states. The Tax and Development Programme is focusing on taxpayer education and measuring tax morale, and is also gathering evidence and offering guidance for development co-operation agencies on how to provide more and better support to country-led domestic resource mobilisation (DRM) efforts.