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What a capital affair!

Let’s talk about tax (havens).

After eight days on a yoga course the role of balance in postures and in life was a recurring theme. And upon finishing the course this was brought home to me quite starkly. 961 more words


Billionaires and the Scrooge Factor

Dickens’ Scrooge is treated as an agreeable story to be told to children at Christmas, yet this is to misunderstand Dickens intention. This was a book for adults one that was intended to show the destructiveness to the human personality of acquiring money for money’s sake. 1,587 more words


Trump's Tax Plan: Massive Cuts For the 1% Will Usher 'Era of Dynastic Wealth'

Rupert Neate reports for The Guardian:

President Donald Trump is set to give America’s richest 1% an average annual tax cut of $214,000 when he takes office, while more than eight million families with children are expected to suffer financially under his proposed tax plan. 146 more words


System failure: power, profit, and tax avoidance

Who is Theresa May and what does she stand for? Does she represent a break from the Cameron government or a continuation of it? Can she reduce inequality in society? 1,656 more words


The Menace Of Tax Havens

I read an article on Yahoo today that says all tax havens should be quarantined. That I certainly agree with! While you and I try as best we can to make enough money to live on, the rich are hiding away their ill-gotten gains in tax havens so they don’t have to pay tax. 384 more words


Hungary is cutting its corporate tax rate below every country except the most notorious havens

Hungary’s next general election isn’t until 2018, but you wouldn’t know it from the goodies that prime minister Viktor Orbán is giving away. His government previously hinted at… 410 more words

Black money and Tax havens

Multinational companies of global north or western countries are the biggest culprits, who provide the tax havens (a jurisdiction where income tax or other taxes can be hidden with a low rate or without any rate) to hide billions with the help of their efficient networks with the national companies in developing countries (Otusanya, 2012). 372 more words