OECD launches “Tax Inspectors Without Borders” – La OECD lanza “Inspectores de Hacienda sin Fronteras”

Tax Inspectors Without Borders – Inspectores de Hacienda sin Fronteras
“The OECD’s Task Force on Tax and Development has begun a feasibility study aimed at developing a “Tax Inspectors Without Borders” (TIWB) initiative. The study will consider options for an international infrastructure to share tax auditing expertise with the aim of enabling developing countries collect the right amount of tax due to them. TIWB was born from an increased awareness both within and outside the Task Force on Tax and Development of the pressing need to support developing country audit programmes. The proposal builds on the experience of the Task Force’s developing country members, some of whom are currently benefitting from the assistance of more experienced tax administrations on a bilateral and ad hoc basis, or which have developed similar broad initiatives in other, related policy areas. Both business and civil society groups are key members of the Task Force, and their input and support for this initiative is central to the development of this proposal. For further information contact Caroline Malcolm of the OECD’s Tax and Development Secretariat: caroline.malcolm@oecd.org (Source: OECD Newsletter, September 2012).

El Grupo de Trabajo de la OECD sobre Fiscalidad y Desarrollo ha comenzado a realizar un estudio sobre la viabilidad de desarrollar una iniciativa de “Inspectores de Hacienda sin Fronteras”. El Estudio examinará las posibilidades de establecer una infraestructura internacional para compartir el conocimiento especializado en el ámbito de los controles fiscales, con la finalidad de ayudar a los países en desarrollo a que obtengan la recaudación fiscal que les corresponde. Para obtener una mayor información se ruega contactar con Caroline Malcom caroline.malcolm@oecd.org (Fuente: Boletín de noticias de la OECD, Septiembre 2012)

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