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Corporate tax inversion is not cheating

The Register, today 11/27/2015, called corporations “tax cheats” when they try to avoid taxes by changing their “tax home” to a different country with lower rates. 185 more words

Corporate Inversions: Obama Fiddles While the Corporate Tax Burns U.S. Competitiveness

The United States has what is arguably the worst business tax system of any nation.

That’s bad for the shareholders who own companies, and it’s also… 1,145 more words


UK has the lowest company tax rate in the G20

IFS Friday Figure: UK has the lowest corporate tax rate in the G20 #Budget2015 announced a 2% cut by 2020 #IFSFriFig http://t.co/T4Oq6ZXYd4
IFS (@TheIFS) July 24, 2015

Politics - USA

News from Molly Scott Cato

Molly writes to say that Greens have revealed the findings of country-by-country data from 26 EU banks which revealed they have been systematically shifting their profits, over-reporting them in places identifiable as tax havens, whilst appearing to under-report them in places where they have major centres of operation. 364 more words

Molly Scott Cato

What Can Regulatory Competition Can Teach About Tax Competition?

from International Financial Law Prof Blog

Critics argue that such competition leads inevitably to a “race to the bottom,” with the result ofreducing tax rates and revenue everywhere.  114 more words

Tax Policy