Tax Evasion

Facebook may pay ?millions? in tax in future, but it still only paid ?4,327 this year

The company previously paid tax on its UK operations through Ireland.
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European Commissioner Defends Inquiries of Tax Deals

The European official investigating special tax deals for multinational companies defended her inquiries Monday, deflecting U.S. accusations she is disproportionately targeting U.S. companies.

Taxman nets Barcelona striker Neymar's private jet and yacht in ?33m raid

Barcelona's “golden boy” striker Neymar has suffered the indignity of having his yacht and private jet seized by The Brazilian tax man in a spectacular £33 million raid.
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Juncker backs forcing multinational companies to publish their tax bills

European commission President Jean-Claude Juncker supports forcing multinational companies like Google, Amazon, and Apple to publish the profits they make and the taxes they pay in each EU country they operate in.
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EU?s anti-tax avoidance package likely to fail, say NGOs

The European Commission’s new proposals to crack down on multinational companies avoiding paying tax in the countries they earn their profits won’t be enough to fight tax havens, according to NGOs.
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EU prepares for new tax avoidance push

The European Union will launch plans Thursday (28 January) to stamp out tax avoidance by multi-national corporations whose rock-bottom tax bills have provoked public outrage.
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PWYP Zambia demands transparency of ultimate owners

We, members of Civil Society Organizations in Zambia working on issues of extractive industries observed that on 8th – 9th December 2015 in Kiev, the Global Transparency Initiative which promotes good governance of natural resources – the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) – agreed to make beneficial ownership transparency an obligation on all 49 member countries.

Forty-five MEPs join inquiry committee to probe dieselgate emissions scandal

Forty-five MEPs were voted into the European Parliament's new inquiry committee tasked with uncovering potential failures of EU institutions to disclose information related to the dieselgate emissions scandal.

PWYP Indonesia publishes report on illicit financial flows and tax crime in the mining sector

According to a 2014 report from Global Financial Integrity entitled “Illicit Financial Flows from Developing Countries: 2003- 2012”, Indonesia ranks seventh of countries with the largest illicit Financial Flows (IFF). In 2014 IFF in Indonesia is estimated at a total of IDR 227.75 trillion ($20 billion), the mining sector contributes IDR 23.89 trillion ($2 billion), mainly derived from trade mis-invoicing. Late 2015 Publish What You Pay Indonesia conducted a study on IFF and tax crime in the mining sector in Indonesia. This is an urgent issue, given the sad reality of Indonesia among the top seven developing countries with highest IFF.

Richtlinienentwurf: EU pr?sentiert Regeln gegen Steuerflucht der Konzerne

Many billions of euros of taxes companys save every year - legally. A long time there was a controversial discussion in the EU, how they should handle with such actions. Now the Commission wants to introduce new rules.
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