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Didn’t File Anything with the IRS on April 15th?

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesDidn’t File Anything with the IRS on April 15th? The magic tax date of April 15th has passed. If you did not file a tax return or extension request, you need to consider the following. Didn’t File Anything with the IRS on April 15th? The Internal Revenue Service is a bit touchy about filing

How Would the Ways and Means Proposal Affect Profit Shifting?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Recent proposals to increase the effective tax rates (ETRs) faced by multinationals rely on the argument that these firms achieve artificially low tax rates by shifting profits to foreign tax havens and other low-tax countries. By raising the tax rates on the foreign income of U.S. multinationals, these proposals would supposedly reduce profit

Immigrant Parents Are Less Aware of Child Tax Credit Than US-Born Parents and More Likely to Plan to Use It to Invest in Education, Fill Gaps in Child Care and Health Care

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Immigrant parents are less likely to have heard about the expanded child tax credit (CTC) than parents born in the United States, according to a survey conducted in early July. They’re more likely to see the credit as a way to invest in their children’s education and pay for child care and health

Crypto Tax Provision May Prompt Investors to Push Industry for More Compliance Help

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares The congressional debate over new tax compliance measures for cryptocurrency investors has primarily focused on two issues—the potential to raise new revenue and what parts of the industry may be reclassified as “brokers” who must transmit data on customer gains and losses to the IRS. But the bipartisan infrastructure bill seeks to do

Top secrecy peddler US breaks attorney-client privilege taboo, ironically paving way to address transparency needs stressed by Pandora Papers

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares This blog post contextualises the new Pandora Papers leak. It explains the need for public beneficial ownership registries, it opposes the latest opinion by the EU Data Protection Supervisor on the matter, and it shows how to use recent US case law to get the names of enabler’s clients, regardless of professional secrecy.

Pandora Papers: law firms must disclose clients’ names (like they’ve started doing in the US of all places)

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares This blog post contextualises the new Pandora Papers leak. It explains the need for public beneficial ownership registries, it opposes the latest opinion by the EU Data Protection Supervisor on the matter, and it shows how to use recent US case law to get the names of enabler’s clients, regardless of professional secrecy.

Stepping Off The Edge Of (But Still On) The Fiscal Cliff

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Senate reaches a temporary debt limit deal. Senate Democrats appear to have accepted a proposal from Minority Leader Mitch McConnell that would allow the federal government to continue borrowing money into December. As usual, details still need to get resolved. But Republicans will no longer block a Democrats-only vote—for now. The agreement sets

Recent Changes in Top Personal Income Tax Rates in Europe, 2021

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares In 2019, revenue from personal income taxes made up 24 percent of total tax revenue across OECD countries. Countries tax labor income in various ways through payroll taxes, personal income taxes, and, in some cases, surtaxes. Between 2018 and 2021, eight European countries in the OECD changed their top personal income tax rates. Of these eight countries, four

Honda Natural Gas Cars Issued Massive Tax Credits By IRS

TweetShareSharePin0 SharesHonda Natural Gas Cars Issued Massive Tax Credits By IRS Between global warming and massive increases in fuel prices, many people are reconsidering their transportation. Honda has two natural gas cars the IRS absolutely loves. Honda Natural Gas Cars Issued Massive Tax Credits By IRS In 2005, the federal government passed a new energy

Build Back Better Revenue Items

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Note: The following is the testimony of Dr. William McBride, Tax Foundation Vice President of Federal Tax and Economic Policy, prepared for a Joint Economic Committee hearing on October 6, 2021, titled, “Building Back Better: Raising Revenue to Invest in Shared Prosperity.” Chairman Beyer, Ranking Member Lee, and members of the Joint Economic Committee, thank
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