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Why we need a global tax body

As we move closer to the Third International Conference on Financing for Development, tax justice networks like Eurodad, Tax Justice Network, and Global Alliance for Tax Justice have come together in campaigning for the adoption of a global tax body.  45 more words

Taxes

“Tax Avoidance, Tax Evasion and Tax Havens”

Transfer pricing or rather transfer mispricing is a global matter which needs to be dealt with immediately. Any more delay will worsen the already bad situation. 88 more words

Taxes

Unfrozen Assets

I think the main reason I have been cautious and conservative all my life is a particular madness I observed in the 1970s as I was on the threshold of adulthood. 518 more words

International Tax

Clinton Foundation Allegedly Failed to Report Foreign-Sourced Contributions

The Clinton Foundation has recently been in the news for allegedly failing to report foreign-sourced contributions on its annual Federal Form 990, Return of Organization Exempt From Income Tax, dating back to 2010. 652 more words

International

'Range Concept' and use of 'multiple years' : Better late than Never

The Finance Minister, in his Budget speech in 2014, had announced that range concept for determination of arm’s length price (ALP) will be introduced in the Indian transfer pricing regime where there is adequate number of comparables for determination of ALP. 800 more words

Tax And Regulatory

Flying over international waters and in U.S.? Flight attendant denied exclusion

Recently in Rogers case, the DC court affirmed the Tax Court’s decision that a flight attendant who performed some duties in and over the U.S. and international waters could not exclude all of her wages under IRC 911 as foreign earned income. 207 more words

International Tax

Bridging the gap between BEPS and GAAR

India has one of the lowest administrative costs of collecting taxes in the world, being merely 0.57% of the total tax collected. Just as one would give credit to corporate India for effectively cutting down their costs, the Government of India should be credited for achieving this feat. 830 more words

Tax And Regulatory