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North Carolina Tax Reform | North Carolina Tax Competitiveness

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Tax reform has paid off for the Tar Heel State. North Carolina features one of the nation’s most competitive tax environments for businesses across the industry spectrum, and the state currently boasts the nation’s third-best effective tax rates for newly established firms and fifth-best rates for mature firms, according to a new analysis

Tax abuse and human rights

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares “Tax justice is a feminist issue. Tax is a human rights issue.” Today the Tax Justice Network publishes a new report Tax Justice and human rights: The 4 Rs and the realisation of rights. The report focuses on two main bodies of argument. The first addresses the failure of tax and broader fiscal

Flux financiers illicites articles en Français

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Par Idriss Linge : Researcher Francophone Africa  Pour l’Afrique, les pertes de ressources fiscales qui auraient pu renforcer les moyens de financer son développement, s’élèvent à 25,77 milliards $ chaque année, selon le rapport sur l’Etat de la Justice Fiscale (SOTJ) dans le monde publié par Tax Justice Network le 20 novembre 2020. Une réflexion et des campagnes sont menées tant au niveau de la région, que par des

The Tax Justice Network’s French podcast: Le digital peut être au service de la Justice fiscale, mais des défis demeurent, Edition 29

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Pour cette 29ème édition du podcast francophone édition de votre podcast en français Impôts et Justice Sociale avec Idriss Linge, nous revenons sur la fiscalité minimum des multinationales en rapport aux services du digital. 130 pays dans le monde ont finalement trouvé un accord pour un seuil minimum d’imposition de grandes entreprises, mais de nombreux

What does Brexit mean for tax havens and the City of London?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares By Nicholas Shaxson It is Mansion House time again. Every year Britain’s Chancellor (finance minister) makes a speech at Mansion House, a spiritual home of Britain’s financial sector and the official residence of the Lord Mayor of London, where he (the Chancellor is always a ‘he’) declares his love and support for the

Big Deficit, Big Backing | Tax Policy Center

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares CBO: Federal deficit will reach $3 trillion in 2021. Largely because of its response to the coronavirus pandemic, the federal government will spend $6.8 trillion in 2021 and collect $3.8 trillion in revenue. The $3 trillion deficit will be slightly less than last year since US is likely to collect more revenue as

What’s in Arizona’s Tax Reform Package?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares After weeks of deliberations, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) this week signed into law a budget for fiscal year (FY) 2022 that reduces the state’s individual income tax rates and consolidates brackets, a plan that will help restore Arizona’s reputation as a low-tax alternative to California. The enacted law kept the basic framework

What’s in the New Global Tax Agreement?

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares In recent years, countries have been debating significant changes to international tax rules that apply to multinational companies. This week there was a breakthrough in discussions, and an outline for the new rules was released by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). If today’s global tax agreement is fully implemented, large

How to stop #LuxLetters and the abuse of tax rulings

TweetShareSharePin0 Shares Written by Leyla Ates, Andres Knobel, and Markus Meinzer. One of the most powerful tactics a multinational corporation can use to abuse tax is to secure a tax ruling in one country that gives the corporation written permission to exercise an abusive interpretation of the country’s tax law in a way that ultimately
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