Many groups model the tax cost to their business as a straight line percentage based on the headline tax rate of their headquarter operations. By failing to account for material influences on the tax charge such as losses, incentives and transfer pricing this is almost certainly going to be incorrect and misleading.

This note sets out how to construct an effective tax model that can be integrated into a long term forecast and links to a working template.

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