The Global Minimum Tax Agreement: Why It Matters For America’s Small Businesses
26 Oct 2021
This week, leaders from the G20 (or Group of Twenty), an intergovernmental forum of 19 countries and the European Union, are meeting on a number of issues related to the global economy. One critical item is an international tax agreement on a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% for multinational corporations. This agreement forged by the Biden Administration with nearly 140 countries is the first of its kind and could be a milestone in tax fairness for small businesses if Congress ratifies it.